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kind of

Definition of kind of in English:

informal Rather; to some extent (often expressing vagueness or used as a meaningless filler): it got kind of cozy
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  • With just six days worth of posts from the twenty-plus day shoot, the weblog's kind of slight, but it makes for good reading.
  • Jay's kind of working as a field correspondent.
  • Personally, I think she's kind of an idiot.
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