Translation of typical in Spanish:

typical

Pronunciation: /ˈtɪpɪkəl/

adj

  • típico a typical middle-class family una típica familia de clase media with typical lack of tact con su típica or característica falta de tacto that's just typical of her eso es típico de ella he arrived late — (how) typical! llegó tarde — ¡típico! or ¡cuándo no! isn't that typical: it's starting to rain! [colloquial/familiar] ¡no podía fallar: está empezando a llover!
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    • Unfortunately, this is hardly a typical example of the quality available in pubs.
    • He has quality, is a typical modern player and has great technical ability.
    • What is remarkable about those four, pretty typical examples is that they were all spoken in one day in late April.

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