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adverb uk   /ˈtɪp.ɪ.kəl.i/ us  
B2 in a way that shows all the characteristics that you would expect from the stated person, thing, or group: She has that reserve and slight coldness of manner which is typically English. Paul, in typically rude fashion, told him he was talking rubbish.B1 used when you are giving an average or usual example of a particular thing: Typically, a doctor will see about 30 patients a day. Tickets for such events will typically cost around thirty dollars.
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