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typical

typ·i·cal

typical

 
 
pronunciation:
tI pih kl
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: having the distinctive qualities of a particular type of person or thing.
A typical baby walks at about one year old.
synonyms:
classic, representative
antonyms:
abnormal
similar words:
demonstrative, model, peculiar
definition 2: characteristic or usual.
A typical American lunch includes a sandwich or soup.
synonyms:
average, characteristic, ordinary, regular, standard, usual
antonyms:
abnormal, exceptional, strange, unusual
similar words:
common, commonplace, conventional, customary, distinctive, natural, normal, orthodox, particular, peculiar, singular, special, stock
derivations: typically (adv.), typicality (n.), typicalness (n.)
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