An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (archetypal)
a. típico
The typical Thanksgiving dinner includes cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.Una cena típica de Acción de Gracias incluye salsa de arándanos y pay de calabaza.
2. (characteristic)
a. típico
It's typical of young children to think only of themselves.Es típico que los niños chiquitos piensen solo en sí mismos.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. típico(a)
isn't that typical (of him/her)!¡típico (de él/ella)!
typical [ˈtɪpɪkəl]
1 (archetypal) típico
this is typical of many students who are.... this is typical of many children whose parents are divorced
a typical Canadian winter un típico invierno canadiense; the typical Englishman el inglés típico; he is typical of many people who ... es un ejemplo típico de mucha gente que ...
2 (usual, characteristic) [+behaviour, reaction, style] típico
with typical modesty he said ... con la modestia que le caracterizaba dijo ...; con una modestia típica en él dijo ...
With typical energy he found new journalistic outlets.
it was typical of her to offer to pay era típico en ella ofrecerse a pagar
3 (expressing annoyance)
"typical!" she shouted —¡cómo no! —gritó; —¡típico! —gritó; that's typical of him! ¡eso es típico de él!
She threw her hands into the air. `That is just typical of you, isn't it?'...
it was typical of our luck that it rained con la mala suerte que nos caracteriza, llovió; con nuestra mala suerte de siempre, llovió
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