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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “type”

type

noun (GROUP)
 
 
/taɪp/
[C] a particular group of people or things which shares similar characteristics and forms a smaller division of a larger set
类型;种类;品种
There were so many different types of bread that I didn't know which to buy.
面包种类繁多,我不知该买哪一种。
What type of clothes does she wear?
她穿什么类型的衣服?
It was dark so I didn't notice what type of car it was.
天太黑,我没有注意到那是什么车型。
He's the type of man you could take home to your mother.
他是那种你可以带回家给你母亲看的男人。
He's very attractive, if you like the blond athletic type.
假如你喜欢白肤金发、爱好运动那一类型的话,他算是很有魅力的。
They sell dried flowers and baskets and that type of thing.
他们卖干花、花篮之类的东西。
We have a range of moisturizers for all different skin types.
我们有一系列适合各种肤质的润肤品。
She was young and she was wearing student-type clothes so I assumed she was studying here.
她年龄不大,穿得又像学生,所以我还以为她在这儿上学。
He took me to a pub in Soho full of actor types speaking at the tops of their voices.
他带我去了索霍区的一个酒吧,那里到处是高声嚷嚷、像演员的人。
Categories and varietiesSpecies and genders
[C] specialized a person who seems to represent a particular group of people, having all the qualities that you usually connect with that group
具代表性的人;典型
He doesn't use fully rounded characters in his plays - he uses types.
他在剧中不用个性丰满的人物——他用的是类型化的人物。
People in general
be sb's type to be the type of person that someone thinks is attractive
是(某人)喜欢的那种类型
He's a nice enough guy - he's just not my type.
他人倒是挺好,只是不是我喜欢的那种类型。
I'd have thought Ben was more your type.
我本以为你会更喜欢本这种类型的人。
Categories and varietiesSpecies and genders
(Definition of type noun (GROUP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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