Bedeutung von “typical” — Learner’s Dictionary

typical

adjective us uk /ˈtɪpɪkəl/
They plan to recreate a typical English village in Japan.It's typical of Jenny to be late.In a typical network, individual workstations obtain copies of information from the server.It was a typical day in the office.She treated her guests to a typical French meal.

B1 having all the qualities you expect a particular person, object, place, etc to have:

typical German food
This style of painting is typical of Monet.

(Definition von “typical” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)