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typical /ˈtɪpɪkəl/ adjective

نمونه نوعی ، نوعی ، معماری: سرمشق بارز ، بازرگانی: یک نمونه بارز
Synonyms: characteristic, archetypal, average, model, normal, orthodox, representative, standard, stock, usual
Antonyms: atypical, untypical
Contrasted words: uncharacteristic, unusual, distinctive, exceptional, extraordinary, abnormal
Related Idioms: being the rule and not the exception
Related Words: characteristic, emblematic, symbolic, absolute, consummate, perfect, old hat, unexceptional, collective, quintessential, representative, specific
English Thesaurus: characteristic, quality, feature, property, attribute, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

typical S2 W2 /ˈtɪpɪkəl/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: type, typology; adjective: typicalatypical, typological; verb: typify; adverb: typically]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: Medieval Latin; Origin: typicalis, from Latin typicus, from Greek typikos, from typos; type1]

1. having the usual features or qualities of a particular group or thing:
typical British weather
typical of
This painting is typical of his work.
This advertisement is a typical example of their marketing strategy.

2. happening in the usual way:
On a typical day, our students go to classes from 7.30 am to 1 pm.
Try calculating your budget for a typical week.

3. behaving in the way that you expect:
Bennett accepted the award with typical modesty.
it is typical of somebody to do something
It’s not typical of Gill to be so critical.
Mr Stevens’ appointment was a typical case of promoting a man beyond his level of competence.

4. typical! spoken used to show that you are annoyed when something bad happens again, or when someone does something bad again

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS be, look, seem | become | consider sth, regard sth as, take sth as You must not take this attitude as typical of English people.
ADV. extremely, highly, very | absolutely, altogether, entirely, just That's altogether typical of Tom! They're going to be late? Now, isn't that just typical?
by no means, not necessarily East Anglia is by no means typical of rural Britain.
fairly, pretty, quite, rather
PREP. of Julia is fairly typical of her age group.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: Angelo took us to a typical restaurant.
GOOD: Angelo took us to a typical Italian restaurant.

Usage Note:
After typical you usually mention the exact group to which someone or something belongs: 'McGarron looked like a typical American car salesman.' 'The old fireplace and the few pieces of typical Basque furniture give the room a homely atmosphere.'

BAD: After dinner it is typical to sing carols.
GOOD: After dinner we usually sing carols.
GOOD: After dinner it is customary to sing carols.

Usage Note:
When you are talking about what usually happens at a particular time of the year, use usually or (especially in formal styles) customary : 'It's customary to kiss the bride.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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