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example

noun
 
 
/ɪɡˈzɑːmpl/
TYPICAL [C] A1 something that is typical of the group of things that you are talking about
пример, образец
This is a good example of medieval Chinese architecture.Samples and examples
for example A1 used to give an example of what you are talking about
например
Some people, students for example, can get cheaper tickets.Samples and examples
VERY GOOD [C] someone or something that is very good and should be copied
пример, образец
He is a very good example to the rest of the class.Samples and examples
set an example B2 to behave in a way that other people should copy
подавать пример
Samples and examplesBehaving, interacting and behaviour
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