typenoun

  • ja〔集団に属する人や物の〕種類、型
  • ena group of people or things that share particular qualities and are part of a larger group; a kind or sort

Examples

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Mute
1.
I'm just here in the plaza looking for... this.
2.
A half-eaten box of McNuggets?
3.
- Yup, it's my lunch. - Uh-huh.
4.
And what type of food is a McNugget?
5.
Some type of a... paella?
6.
You had to know that was a bad guess.
7.
Well, the point is, I needed my paella and I noticed the sky bridge.
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So I thought I might be of some help.
9.
But I'll just go back and stand next to a piece of police tape and do nothing.
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Mute
1.
Jennifer's my girl, bucko!
2.
And I challenge you to a battle of honor for her hand!
3.
Very well then, my friend.
4.
I must warn you.
5.
I am the jealous type.
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Mute
1.
Yes, what I'm getting at is I'd like to be assistant manager.
2.
Are you serious?
3.
Oh, I just never expected you to be interested in management.
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I mean, you don't seem like the type of person who's really interested in leadership roles.
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Really?
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Anyone who knows me would say the opposite.
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I'm very hardworking.
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Mute
1.
Been a tough day for all of us here at the Glance.
2.
Steve Smith has now been missing for 36 hours.
3.
I'm joined by some of Steve's classmates.
4.
You look like the type of girls who do a lot of regrettable things.
5.
How does it feel today knowing you'll probably never get to hit that?
6.
Sad.
7.
Steve was really cute.
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I guess I just wish I could have hit that.
9.
It's so important to have sex with people before they go missing.
10.
Mm-hmm.
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Mute
1.
This is Margo.
2.
She's a friend of Captain Kim's.
3.
- And apparently, she invented a new type of binder. - What?
4.
"New type of binder" seems reductive.
5.
- Would you call a car a new kind of horse? - No.
6.
This is the future of organization.
7.
Oh, my God. Tell me everything.
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Mute
1.
Kevin is a great guy.
2.
He's a great accountant.
3.
He is not much of an entertainer.
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Basically, there are two types of Black people.
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And Black people are actually more racist because they hate the other type of Black people.
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See, every time the one type wants to have a good time,
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then the other type comes in and makes a real mess.
8.
Okay, I'm sorry.
9.
I'm sorry, he's butchering it.
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Mute
1.
Look here.
2.
Three of these mutual friends went to the very same high school I did.
3.
And what's more, graduated in the same year.
4.
What if these are just the type of people that accept every friendship request that comes their way?
5.
What if they're even the type of people that enjoy adbots?
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Somebody must.
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Mute
1.
Is that felt? What is it?
2.
Oh, it's on my head now.
3.
Don't touch it, don't touch it!
4.
So it's a type of hat?
5.
Correct.
6.
Is it a bucket hat?
7.
- Hey, a bucket hat! - Hey!

Other meanings for type...

typenoun

  • jaタイプ、好みの人
  • enthe kind of person one likes or finds attractive
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Mute
1.
Diane is awesome, and she likes you.
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And you like her, I can tell.
3.
A, I don't recall inviting you in here.
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And B, I did not like her.
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She's not my type.
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Her life is messy.
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Mute
1.
For starters, honey, you ain't my type.
2.
Really? I didn't know you had a type.
3.
I do, the opposite of you.
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Mute
1.
Look, I know I said I came here to apologize.
2.
But ever since that kiss, I can't stop thinking about you.
3.
You're both crazy! I'm a married woman.
4.
But if I were to take a lover, you're both exactly my type.
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How could I ever choose?
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Dance for me.
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Mute
1.
- Is that attractive to you, a man that ripped? - No.
2.
Really?
3.
I like skinny, tall guys. I obviously married one.
4.
Right.
5.
So I'm getting the...
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- So I'm not your type. Is that what you're saying? - Well, I've dated guys with your physique, actually.
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I've dated guys with your physique, actually.
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Mute
1.
He's so not my type anymore.
2.
Oh, you mean because he's not an asshole?
3.
Oh, he's an asshole.
4.
He's just a stealth asshole.
5.
Like those good looking guys,
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those white dudes with the beard that come up to you on the street, all good looking,
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ask you "how you doing?"
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And then you realize they're carrying a clipboard,
9.
asking to donate money for some endangered flora and fauna.
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Mute
1.
What's your type?
2.
Be specific.
3.
I really love voluptuous women,
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or women with curves. Period.
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Mute
1.
He's so cute and he's fun.
2.
And now a natural follow-up question, why not me?
3.
Well, you're not my type.
4.
Okay.
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Mute
1.
Ooh, what is your type?
2.
Am I your type?
3.
- You do fall under my type. - Okay.
4.
You look artsy.
5.
You fall under my type as well.
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Mute
1.
What's your type?
2.
Be specific.
3.
Medium in height, generally athletic,
4.
very active and outgoing.
5.
Willing to do things like this,
6.
like come to a studio and do a blind date.
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Mute
1.
Everyone's gonna go right for Drake.
2.
- Oh, he's not really my type, but I love his online presence. - Alright, so left? Yes.
3.
- Right. - Brilliant.