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typ·i·cal·ly /ˈtɪpɪkli/ adverb
[more typically; most typically
] 1 :
generally or normally — used to say what normally happens ▪ Typically, the members of our staff receive little recognition. ▪ We typically go for coffee after our walk. ▪ These recitals typically [=usually] last one hour. ▪ I typically order the steak when I eat there.
in the usual way — used to describe what is normal or expected of a certain place, person, situation, etc. ▪ Typically, she was late. [=she was late, as she often/usually is] ▪ I tried to get him to talk, but he was typically reluctant to say anything. ▪ They serve typically American food. [=the kind of food that is usual/typical in America]