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typ·i·fy

 (tĭp′ə-fī′)
tr.v. typ·i·fied, typ·i·fy·ing, typ·i·fies
1. To serve as a typical example of; embody the essential characteristics of: a painting that typifies the artist's work.
2. To represent by an image, a form, or a model; symbolize or prefigure.

typ′i·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.
typ′i·fi′er n.

typify

(ˈtɪpɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
1. to be typical of; characterize
2. to symbolize or represent completely, by or as if by a type
[C17: from Latin typus type + -ify]
ˌtypifiˈcation n
ˈtypiˌfier n

typ•i•fy

(ˈtɪp əˌfaɪ)

v.t. -fied, -fy•ing.
1. to serve as a typical example of; exemplify: a hero who typified courage.
2. to serve as a symbol or emblem of; symbolize: The dog appropriately typifies loyalty.
[1625–35]
typ`i•fi•ca′tion, n.
typ′i•fi`er, n.

typify


Past participle: typified
Gerund: typifying

Imperative
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Present
I typify
you typify
he/she/it typifies
we typify
you typify
they typify
Preterite
I typified
you typified
he/she/it typified
we typified
you typified
they typified
Present Continuous
I am typifying
you are typifying
he/she/it is typifying
we are typifying
you are typifying
they are typifying
Present Perfect
I have typified
you have typified
he/she/it has typified
we have typified
you have typified
they have typified
Past Continuous
I was typifying
you were typifying
he/she/it was typifying
we were typifying
you were typifying
they were typifying
Past Perfect
I had typified
you had typified
he/she/it had typified
we had typified
you had typified
they had typified
Future
I will typify
you will typify
he/she/it will typify
we will typify
you will typify
they will typify
Future Perfect
I will have typified
you will have typified
he/she/it will have typified
we will have typified
you will have typified
they will have typified
Future Continuous
I will be typifying
you will be typifying
he/she/it will be typifying
we will be typifying
you will be typifying
they will be typifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been typifying
you have been typifying
he/she/it has been typifying
we have been typifying
you have been typifying
they have been typifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been typifying
you will have been typifying
he/she/it will have been typifying
we will have been typifying
you will have been typifying
they will have been typifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been typifying
you had been typifying
he/she/it had been typifying
we had been typifying
you had been typifying
they had been typifying
Conditional
I would typify
you would typify
he/she/it would typify
we would typify
you would typify
they would typify
Past Conditional
I would have typified
you would have typified
he/she/it would have typified
we would have typified
you would have typified
they would have typified
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.typify - embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example oftypify - embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of; "The fugue typifies Bach's style of composition"
stand for, symbolize, typify, symbolise, represent - express indirectly by an image, form, or model; be a symbol; "What does the Statue of Liberty symbolize?"
2.typify - express indirectly by an image, form, or modeltypify - express indirectly by an image, form, or model; be a symbol; "What does the Statue of Liberty symbolize?"
mean, intend - mean or intend to express or convey; "You never understand what I mean!"; "what do his words intend?"
embody, personify, be - represent, as of a character on stage; "Derek Jacobi was Hamlet"
epitomise, epitomize, typify - embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of; "The fugue typifies Bach's style of composition"

typify

verb represent, illustrate, sum up, characterize, embody, exemplify, personify, incarnate, epitomize These buildings typify the rich extremes of the local architecture.

typify

verb
To serve as an example, image, or symbol of:
Translations
يُمَثِّلُ الخَصائِص المُمَيِّزَه
být příkladem
vera lifandi dæmi um
būti tipišku atstovubūti tipišku pavyzdžiu
būt tipiskam
tipificar
byť príkladom
simgelemek

typify

[ˈtɪpɪfaɪ] VT [+ thing] → representar, tipificar; [+ person] → ser ejemplo de

typify

[ˈtɪpɪfaɪ] vtêtre caractéristique de

typify

vtbezeichnend sein für; he typifies the reserved Englishmaner verkörpert (genau) den Typ des zurückhaltenden Engländers

typify

[ˈtɪpɪˌfaɪ] vt (thing) → essere tipico/a di, caratterizzare; (person) → impersonare

typify

(ˈtipifai) verb
to be a very good example of. Vandalism at football matches typifies the modern disregard for law and order.
References in classic literature ?
The prudent Mrs Chivery, who wondered greatly at this change, would have protested against it as detrimental to the Highland typification on the doorpost but for two forcible reasons; one, that her John was roused to take strong interest in the business which these starts were supposed to advance--and this she held to be good for his drooping spirits; the other, that Mr Pancks confidentially agreed to pay her, for the occupation of her son's time, at the handsome rate of seven and sixpence per day.
Typifications are the stock in trade of police work and their relationship to stereotypes is a close one (Chatterton 1992; Keith 1993; Manning 1977; Norris et al, 1992).
In taking this theoretical approach, our goal is not to predict wrongful convictions--as compared to legitimate convictions or even other types of miscarriages of justice--but to consider how gendered and raced biases play fundamental roles in creating the crime and suspect typifications that take hold in these cases and that shape the behaviors and practices of criminal justice system actors.
2015--Validations and typifications of some south European syntaxa--Hacquetia 14 (2): 289-299.
In addition, it should be noted that organizations must mobilize institutional resources such as knowledge, social-cognitive skills, and typifications of actions to achieve objectives of differentiation and competitive advantage.
TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) (66) Attention to the hinted valence in each poem gives a possible unifying structure to the collection, one that echoes elements from Sun Yushi's interpretations: the poems we have examined so far, namely "Such a Fighter," "Revenge," "The Blighted Leaf" and "Amid Pale Bloodstains," each engage in typification of the morally selfless and heroic and the immorally selfish and inert, and these typifications map onto political action in Beijing between 1924-1926.
Even though deviations from typifications of normality are used to reject spousal applications, such deviations do not result in the automatic refusal of a visa application.
The most predominant among classifications are regionalizations, while typifications occur on fewer occasions.
What is missing in the early Husserl is the in-between of graded typifications, a notion that neither requires identity nor dissolves into private singularities.
Nevertheless, we can still find overlooked names or publications which can upset the existing nomenclature, author citations or typifications.
This indicates a narrow definition of "narrative": for this reviewer, the language of the law evokes "narrative typifications of action" which imply a form of reading very different from that of modern legalism, even though the underlying concepts may be expressed by terms like "premeditation" (an important issue for biblical homicide law, which Bartor barely addresses).
Le film se passe ainsi des typifications du genre: John n'est pas vraiment un jeune premier, ni Mary une ingenue, et il n'y a pas de villain.