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typ·i·cal

 (tĭp′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Exhibiting the qualities, traits, or characteristics that identify a kind, class, group, or category: a typical suburban community.
2. Of or relating to a representative specimen; characteristic or distinctive.
3. Conforming to a type: a composition typical of the baroque period.
4. also typ·ic (-ĭk) Of the nature of, constituting, or serving as a type; emblematic.
5. Conforming with what usually happens: The bus is late again? That's so typical!

[Late Latin typicālis, from typicus, from Greek tupikos, from tupos, impression.]

typ′i·cal·ly adv.
typ′i·cal·ness, typ′i·cal′i·ty (-kăl′ĭ-tē) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.typically - in a typical manner; "Tom was typically hostile"
atypically, untypically - in a manner that is not typical; "she was atypically quiet"

typically

adverb
In an expected or customary manner; for the most part:
Idioms: as usual, per usual.
Translations
نَموذَجِيّا
typicky
jellegzetesen
á dæmigerîan hátt
typicky
značilno
tipik olarak

typically

[ˈtɪpɪkəlɪ] ADV
1. (= characteristically) [defiant, flamboyant, Spanish] → típicamente
a spell of typically British weatherun periodo de tiempo típicamente británico
his letter was typically humorous, but briefsu carta, como de costumbre, era graciosa pero breve
2. (= usually) → por regla general, generalmente
women typically have lower cholesterol levels than menpor regla general or generalmente las mujeres tienen el colesterol más bajo que los hombres
3. (= predictably) (iro) → como era de esperar, como suele ocurrir

typically

[ˈtɪpɪkəli] adv
(= normally) → normalement, habituellement
(used with an adjective)
He is a typically nervous expectant father → Il est nerveux comme le sont habituellement les hommes qui vont être pères.
typically English → typiquement anglais(e)
(used as sentence adverb) (= characteristically)
Typically, he was late → Comme toujours, il était en retard., Pour ne pas changer, il était en retard.

typically

advtypisch; typically, he did nothing but complain about the foodbezeichnenderweise hat er sich ständig über das Essen beschwert; typically, he insisted on getting there earlyer wollte natürlich unbedingt früh hingehen, typisch

typically

[ˈtɪpɪklɪ] advtipicamente
typically, he arrived home late → come al solito è arrivato a casa tardi

typical

(ˈtipikəl) adjective
(negative untypical) having or showing the usual characteristics (of). He is a typical Englishman; They're typical civil servants.
ˈtypically adverb
References in classic literature ?
No separateness or secession on the one side, nor bureaucracy on the other--that is the typically American idea that underlies the ideal telephone system.
Yet now, when the Grandmother had just performed an astonishing feat at roulette; now, when the old lady's personality had been so clearly and typically revealed as that of a rugged, arrogant woman who was "tombee en enfance"; now, when everything appeared to be lost,--why, now the Grandmother was as merry as a child which plays with thistle-down.
de Bellegarde then presented his prospective brother-in-law to some twenty other persons of both sexes, selected apparently for their typically august character.
He worked unconsciously, thinking, typically, not of Rose's reaction to this new life, but of what it held in store for himself.
It was a typically legal face, with angular jaws and heavy, grizzled eyebrows; and it belonged to an eminently legal character, though he was now attached in a semimilitary capacity to the police of that wild district.
It is hard when a person you have classed as typically British speaks out of his character.
Typically Grubb chewed something, but Bert could chew only imaginatively.
Next to Weyrother sat Count Langeron who, with a subtle smile that never left his typically southern French face during the whole time of the reading, gazed at his delicate fingers which rapidly twirled by its corners a gold snuffbox on which was a portrait.
It was a room without definite character, being neither typically and openly hideous, nor strenuously artistic, nor really comfortable.
The shape of his head was perfectly Western, perfectly and typically Romanesque.
Their minds will run on something else--say; typically, for the sake of illustration, their sweetheart or their new bonnet.
And his second subject of meditation was the "contrairiness" of the female mind, as typically exhibited in Mrs.