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ˈtɪp ɪ kəltyp·i·cal

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  1. typical

    That which is natural is according to nature; that which is normal is according to the standard or rule which is observed or claimed to prevail in nature; a deformity may be natural, symmetry is normal; the normal color of the crow is black, while the normal color of the sparrow is gray, but one is as natural as the other. Typical refers to such an assemblage of qualities as makes the specimen, genus, etc., a type of some more comprehensive group, while normal is more commonly applied to the parts of a single object; the specimen was typical; color, size, and other characteristics, normal. The regular is etymologically that which is according to rule, hence that which is steady and constant, as opposed to that which is fitful and changeable; the normal action of the heart is regular. That which is common is shared by a great number of persons or things; disease is common, a normal state of health is rare. Compare GENERAL; USUAL.

    common, natural, normal, ordinary, regular, usual

    abnormal, exceptional, irregular, monstrous, peculiar, rare, singular, uncommon, unprecedented, unusual

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  1. typicaladjective

    exhibiting the qualities or characteristics that identify a group or kind or category

    "a typical American girl"; "a typical suburban community"; "the typical car owner drives 10,000 miles a year"; "a painting typical of the Impressionist school"; "a typical romantic poem"; "a typical case of arteritis"


    unrepresentative, unnatural, atypical, untypical, uncharacteristic, abnormal

  2. distinctive, typicaladjective

    of a feature that helps to distinguish a person or thing

    "Jerusalem has a distinctive Middle East flavor"- Curtis Wilkie; "that is typical of you!"

    classifiable, distinctive

    abnormal, atypical, unnatural, uncharacteristic, unrepresentative, untypical

  3. typicaladjective

    conforming to a type

    "the typical (or normal) American"; "typical teenage behavior"


    unnatural, uncharacteristic, unrepresentative, abnormal, atypical, untypical

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  1. typicaladjective

    figurative, emblematical, emblematic, indicative, representative

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  1. typicaladjective

    emblematical, prefigurative, representative, indicative

    atypical, abnormal, variant, unique

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  1. John Bercow:

    This is not a normal prorogation, it is not typical, it is not standard. It is one of the longest for decades and it represents not just in the minds of some colleagues but huge numbers of people outside, an act of executive fiat.

  2. Anthony Fauci:

    If you're vaccinated, and hopefully you'll be boosted too, and your family is, you can enjoy a typical Thanksgiving meal, Thanksgiving holiday with your family. There's no reason not to do that.

  3. Bryan Carter:

    The direction has been clear for so long, and many have sold on the rumour and bought on the news, however, this is not a typical downgrade, as it is part of a longer-term evolution - and it is not the last event.

  4. Dominik Stillhart:

    The health situation is typical of the heavy tolls that this conflict has taken on the whole country, on its people, but also on the system -- the health, water, sanitation system, health workers, doctors, nurses have not been paid for more than eight months and the whole system is of course overflowing, especially now with cholera.

  5. Samantha Heller:

    Eating an apple a day is unlikely to undo the ill effects of the typical 'Western diet' that is high in red and processed meat, junk food and fast food and low in plant foods.

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