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The stereotypical view of my condition is that it is a weakness. The Sun (2009)But he admits his pastime is in contrast to that of the stereotypical modern-day footballer. The Sun (2013)The winners all seem clean-cut and stereotypical role models. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Interestingly, the teachers themselves reinforced such stereotypical roles through their own behavior. Sociology (1995)We're all fighting to knock down stereotypical images of older men and women that cause more damage than good in society. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is a concept many men find difficult to understand, particularly as so many men still have a stereotypical view of women. Times, Sunday Times (2006)New research shows today's working driver is a world away from the stereotypical image,. The Sun (2009)There's a stereotypical idea about what Caribbean food is. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The stereotypical image of a university library is of a dusty, wood-panelled room filled with thousands of obscure books. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some investors still have stereotypical images of Africa etched in their minds, while others see untapped business opportunities and are moving in fast. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The U's midfielder does not conform to your stereotypical footballer. The Sun (2015)As we sit and talk today, he mentions another aspect of his life that runs counter to the image of the stereotypical footballer: his love of philosophy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'stereotypical'
British English: stereotypical ADJECTIVE
A stereotypical idea of a type of person or thing is a fixed general idea that a lot of people have about it, that may be false in many cases.
She challenges our stereotypical ideas about gender and femininity.
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