It's very kind of you to help us.
- It's very kind of you to come all the way to meet me.
- I gave her some extra money - I know I didn't need to but I thought it would be kind.
- "If you like I can do some shopping for you." "That's a very kind offer."
- He showed me round the town, which was very kind of him.
- You sent her a card? That was a kind thought.
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kindnoun [ C ]uk /kaɪnd/ us /kaɪnd/
- Racism of any kind is abhorrent to me.
- I detest any kind of cruelty.
- She's got some kind of job in radio.
- "I will not allow that kind of behaviour in my class, " the teacher said severely.
- Wood, coal, oil, petrol, and gas are all different kinds of fuel.
Sort, type and kindSort, type and kind all generally mean the same thing. They are words we use to refer to a group of people or things which share the same characteristics. We use these words very often when we describe things and we often find them in dictionary definitions: …