Definition of 'archetype'
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`There is an archetype we never had in any of our villages, Abasio. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2001)You know, Orphan, you're getting a little old for your archetype. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS (2001)It would be comforting, wouldn't it, to equate her with an archetype. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2001)
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Translations for 'archetype'
British English: archetype NOUN
An archetype is something that is considered to be a perfect or typical example of a particular kind of person or thing, because it has all their most important characteristics.
...the archetype of the successful businessman.
Definition of archetype from the Collins English Dictionary
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