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stereotyped Syllabification: ster·e·o·typed
Pronunciation: /ˈsterēəˌtīpt/ /ˈsti(ə)r-/

Definition of stereotyped in English:

adjective

Viewed or represented as a stereotype: the story is weakened by its stereotyped characters
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  • Her dissertation examined the role of social identity on performance of a positively stereotyped task.
  • Today, good design is the birthright of every citizen, from suburban dads to stereotyped gay men on great TV shows.
  • He said the medical profession needs to change its stereotyped image of the typical eating disorder patient.

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