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identikit

Saltos de línea: iden¦ti|kit
Pronunciación: /ʌɪˈdɛntɪkɪt
 
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Definición de identikit en inglés:

sustantivo

( trademark in the US)
A picture of a person, especially one sought by the police, reconstructed from typical facial features according to witnesses' descriptions: [as modifier]: an identikit photograph
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Police may get a better picture of a suspect by ‘morphing’ together identikits obtained from more than one witness description, researchers said yesterday.
  • The book will teach children to interpret all forms of abuse, and how to reach the police, give evidence, and complete an identikit.
  • She has been extremely helpful with the information she provided yesterday to enable us to put the identikit together.

adjetivo

[attributive] often derogatory Volver al principio  
Having typical features and few unique ones; formulaic or standardized: the pub was transformed by identikit ‘Victoriana
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You want an urban flat, but don't want a formulaic development with identikit kitchens and bathrooms, boring layouts and drab fittings?
  • Leafing through the brochures, we find ourselves presented with almost identikit destinations, in which the only competition is the cheapness of the beer, the scantiness of the dress, or the wildness of the night-life.
  • Yet, if the professionalisation of politics is creating a narrower, more identikit type of politician, surely we see its apotheosis in the homogeneity of the Scottish parliament.

Origen

1960s: blend of identity and kit1.

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