See also: tipo-, -tipo, and Típo

Bikol CentralEdit

NounEdit

tipô

  1. burnt rice

AdjectiveEdit

tipô

  1. toothless

CebuanoEdit

EtymologyEdit

Apocopic form of tipolo.

PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: ti‧po

NounEdit

tipo

  1. Artocarpus blancoi; a tree in the family Moraceae and endemic to the Philippines
  2. the fruit of this tree
  3. the edible seeds of this tree

EsperantoEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From French type, from Ecclesiastical Latin typus, from Ancient Greek τύπος (túpos).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈtipo/
  • Hyphenation: ti‧po
  • Rhymes: -ipo
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NounEdit

tipo (accusative singular tipon, plural tipoj, accusative plural tipojn)

  1. type (grouping based on shared characteristics)

ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin typus (symbol), from Ancient Greek τύπος (túpos, mark”, “figure), derived from τύπτω (túptō, I beat, strike), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *(s)tewp-.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈti.po/
  • Rhymes: -ipo
  • Hyphenation: tì‧po

AdjectiveEdit

tipo (invariable)

  1. standard, model, average, stock

AdverbEdit

tipo

  1. (colloquial) indicating approximation or uncertainty; like, kinda
    C'erano, tipo, venti persone.
    There were, like, twenty people.

NounEdit

tipo m (plural tipi, feminine tipa)

  1. type, standard, pattern
  2. type, kind, sort, quality, model, style
    Synonyms: genere, varietà, qualità, modello, sorta
  3. (familiar) type, person, fellow, guy, bloke, character, chap, turn
    Synonyms: persona, personaggio, tizio, soggetto
  4. phylum (taxonomy) A rank in the classification of organisms, below kingdom and above class

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MaranaoEdit

NounEdit

tipo

  1. treachery
  2. traitor

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PortugueseEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin typus (figure; type), from Ancient Greek τύπος (túpos, mark), from τύπτω (túptō, I poke), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *(s)tewp-.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

tipo m (plural tipos)

  1. kind; sort; type (grouping based on shared characteristics)
    Este tipo de fruta é muito doce.
    This kind of fruit is very sweet.
  2. guy; bloke (unspecified or unknown man)
    Synonyms: (Brazil) cara, sujeito
    Um tipo apareceu em minha casa.
    Some guy showed up at my house.
  3. (typography) type (letter or character used for printing)
  4. (linguistics) a language type in typology

ParticleEdit

tipo

  1. (informal) (just) like; comparable to; similar to
    Lobos são tipo cães só que maiores e mais selvagens.
    Wolves are like dogs but bigger and more wild.
    Synonyms: igual, parecido com, como
  2. (informal) like; such as; for instance
    Queria ter um animal fofo, tipo um gato.
    I wish to have a cute animal, such as a cat.
    Synonyms: como, tal como, por exemplo, como por exemplo
  3. (informal) like (mild intensifier)
    Eu tive que, tipo, ler um livro.
    I had to, like, read a book.
    Synonym: tipo assim

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SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈtipo/, [ˈt̪i.po]
  • Hyphenation: ti‧po

Etymology 1Edit

From Latin typus (figure; type), from Ancient Greek τύπος (túpos, mark), from τύπτω (túptō, to poke), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *(s)tewp-.

NounEdit

tipo m (plural tipos)

  1. kind, type, sort, manner
    Synonyms: clase, especie, género, suerte, jaez
    todo tipo de cosasall sorts/kinds of things
    ¿Sabes qué tipo de música le gusta a Roberta?
    Do you know what kind of music Roberta likes?
    Mi tipo preferido de hombre es el que reconoce cuando es mejor callarse y admitir que yo tengo razón.
    My favorite type of man is [the type] who recognizes when it's better to shut up and admit that I'm right.
  2. rate, interest rate
    Synonym: (Spain) tipo de interés
    • 2020 April 25, “Dos mujeres al rescate del sur”, in El País[1]:
      Tanto Lagarde como Von der Leyen hablaban, sin citarla, de la ventaja comparativa que tendrán de nuevo las empresas alemanas, como en la crisis de 2008 —en realidad nunca la han perdido— al endeudarse a tipos mucho más baratos que las del sur.
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
  3. composure, cool
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NounEdit

tipo m (plural tipos, feminine tipa, feminine plural tipas)

  1. (colloquial) guy, fellow, fella, dude, bloke (UK), chap (UK)
    Synonyms: (pejorative) fulano, (Spain) tío, (Mexico) cuate; see also Thesaurus:tío

AdjectiveEdit

tipo (feminine tipa, masculine plural tipos, feminine plural tipas)

  1. (El Salvador) dolled up, smartened up, dressed for a special occasion
    Synonym: arreglado, acicalado, emperifollado (Spain)
    estar tipoto be primped up
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From a local language, probably Quechua, along with muña.

NounEdit

tipo m (plural tipos)

  1. (Ecuador) Minthostachys spp
    Synonyms: (Argentina) peperina, (Peru, Bolivia) muña, (Peru) chamcua, (Ecuador) poleo
    • 2018 March 13, Rosa Estefanía López Casigña, “Utilización de aceites esenciales de la planta tipo (Minthostachys mollis), para la conservación de carne de hamburguesa”, in Ciencia Digital[2], volume 3, number 2.6, Riobamba, DOI:10.33262/cienciadigital.v3i2.6.570:

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