Definition of Type:

  1. Printed characters or letters.

  2. Determine the type to which (a person or their blood or tissue) belongs.

  3. Write (something) on a typewriter or computer by pressing the keys.

  4. A category of people or things having common characteristics.

  5. A design on either side of a medal or coin.

  6. An abstract category or class of linguistic item or unit, as distinct from actual occurrences in speech or writing.

  7. Short for typecast.

  8. Computer (digital) or physical (metal) characters (letters, numbers, symbols) that make up visual text and display (captions, headlines, subheads) reading matter.

  9. A person or thing symbolizing or exemplifying the ideal or defining characteristics of something.

Synonyms of Type

Print, Typeface, Face, Characters, Lettering, Letters, Epitome, Quintessence, Essence, Perfect example, Archetype, Model, Pattern, Paradigm, Exemplar, Embodiment, Personification, Avatar, Kind, Sort, Variety, Class, Category, Classification, Group, Set, Bracket, Genre, Genus, Species, Family, Order, Breed, Race, Strain, Platonic form, Platonic idea, Adumbration, Aesthetic form, Affinity, Alien, Allegory, Alphabetize, Analyze, Animus, Antetype, Antitype, Aptitude, Archetype, Area, Arrange, Art form, Ascender, Assort, Augury, Auspice, Back, Bag, Barometer, Bastard type, Beard, Belly, Bent, Betokening, Betokenment, Bevel, Bias, Biotype, Black letter, Blazon, Blood, Body, Body-build, Brand, Break down, Breed, Build, Canon, Cap, Capital, Case, Case in point, Cast, Catalog, Categorize, Category, Character, Characteristic, Characteristics, Charactery, Check, Chosen kind, Cipher, Clan, Class, Classic example, Classification, Classify, Codify, Color, Complexion, Composition, Configuration, Conformation, Constituents, Constitution, Conventional symbol, Copy, Copy out, Counter, Crackpot, Crank, Crasis, Criterion, Cross section, Cup of tea, Cut, Degree, Demonstration, Denomination, Descender, Description, Designation, Dharma, Diathesis, Digest, Disposition, Divide, Draft, Draw up, Druthers, Eccentric, Eccentricity, Edit, Em, Emblem, Embodiment, En, Enface, Engross, Epitome, Ethos, Example, Exemplar, Exemplification, Explanation, Exponent, Face, Fanatic, Fancy, Fashion, Fat-faced type, Favor, Feather, Feet, Fiber, Field, Figuration, Figure, File, Font, Foreshadow, Foreshadowing, Foreshowing, Foretoken, Foretokening, Form, Format, Formation, Forte, Fount, Frame, Fugleman, Fugler, Gauge, Genius, Genotype, Genre, Genus, Glosseme, Grade, Graduated scale, Grain, Groove, Group, Habit, Hermit, Hobo, Hue, Humor, Humors, Icon, Iconology, Ideogram, Idiosyncrasy, Ilk, Illustration, Imitatee, Impression, Inclination, Index, Indicant, Indication, Individualism, Inner form, Inscribe, Instance, Italic, Keyboard, Kidney, Kin, Kind, Kook, Label, Layout, Lead, Leaning, Letter, Lexeme, Lexical form, Ligature, Line, List, Logogram, Logotype, Lone wolf, Loner, Long suit, Lot, Love knot, Lower case, Main interest, Majuscule, Make, Make a recension, Make out, Makeup, Manner, Mark, Matrix, Maverick, Measure, Mental set, Meshuggenah, Metier, Mettle, Mind, Mind-set, Minuscule, Mirror, Modality, Mode, Model, Mold, Morpheme, Natural, Nature, Nick, Nonconformist, Norm, Number, Nut, Object lesson, Odd fellow, Oddball, Oddity, Omen, Order, Original, Outsider, Paradigm, Parameter, Pariah, Partiality, Particular choice, Pattern, Pen, Pencil, Personal choice, Personification, Persuasion, Pet subject, Phrase, Phylum, Physique, Pi, Pica, Pictogram, Pigeonhole, Place, Point, Portent, Precedent, Predilection, Predisposition, Preference, Prefiguration, Preindication, Prejudice, Premonitory shiver, Premonitory sign, Premonitory symptom, Prepossession, Presignifying, Print, Proclivity, Prognostic, Prognostication, Promise, Propensity, Property, Prototype, Pursuit, Push the pen, Put in writing, Quality, Quantity, Queer duck, Queer fish, Queer specimen, Quintessence, Race, Range, Rank, Rara avis, Rate, Reading, Readout, Recense, Record, Relevant instance, Representation, Representative, Revise, Rewrite, Roman, Rubric, Rule, Sample, Sans serif, Scale, Screwball, Scribe, Script, Scrive, Scroll, Semasiological unit, Sememe, Set, Shadow, Shank, Shape, Shoulder, Sign, Signifiant, Significant, Significant form, Slant, Small cap, Small capital, Solitary, Somatotype, Soothsay, Sort, Specialism, Speciality, Specialization, Specialty, Species, Specimen, Spill ink, Spirit, Spoil paper, Stamp, Standard, Stem, Strain, Streak, Stripe, Strong point, Structure, Style, Subdivide, Suchness, Superscribe, Symbol, Symbolic system, Symbolism, Symbolization, Symbology, System, Tabulate, Taste, Technicality, Temper, Temperament, Tendency, Tenor, Term, Test, The like of, The likes of, Thing, Token, Tokening, Tone, Totem, Totem pole, Touchstone, Trace, Tramp, Transcribe, Tribe, Turn, Turn of mind, Twist, Type body, Type class, Type lice, Type species, Type specimen, Typecase, Typeface, Typefounders, Typefoundry, Typical example, Typification, Upper case, Urtext, Value, Variety, Vein, Vocation, Warp, Way, Weakness, Word, Write, Write down, Write out, Yardstick, Zealot

How to use Type in a sentence?

  1. Having someone that can type really fast on your side can make the split second difference between getting the product or losing out.
  2. He typed out the second draft.
  3. The concepts [dog], [cat], [horse], as well as [animal], occupy the abstract domain of types.
  4. She characterized his witty sayings as the type of modern wisdom.
  5. The font type was hard to read so we had our expert marketer change it to something more pleasing to the eyes.
  6. I could type very fast, so my friends put me on the computer and talked while I wrote down that they were saying.
  7. The kidney was typed.
  8. Bold or italic type.
  9. This type of heather grows better in a drier habitat.

Meaning of Type & Type Definition