The Collaborative International Dictionary
Type \Type\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Typed; p. pr. & vb. n. Typing.]
To represent by a type, model, or symbol beforehand; to prefigure. [R.]
To furnish an expression or copy of; to represent; to typify. [R.]
Let us type them now in our own lives.
1 (context computing of a variable, expression, or value English) Having a specific data type. 2 (context computing of a programming language English) In which variables are typed. v
(en-past of: type)
adj. written on a typewriter [syn: typewritten]
Usage examples of "typed".
In response, an enlisted man stationed in front of the monitor typed in a command on a keyboard.
Rettman took notes during each conversation, then typed them up and delivered them to the police.
I opened the envelope, which contained about a dozen sheets of typed paper.
Hellmann fell in with us, and we ran into Colonel Moore, who was obviously looking for me, a sheaf of typed papers in his hand.
Each alias card also should have typed on it the correct name of the individual, for purposes of reference and cross-checking.
He typed in the three examples of poetry that Harlie had earlier produced.
IS RELATIVE, Auberson typed back, IT DEPENDS ON WHAT TIME YOU WAKE UP.
Without waiting, he typed into the machine, HARLIE, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
Anything typed into it could be printed out in any form the system was capable of: a memo, a letter, a file, a report.
He could have typed a call for HARLIE, but he resisted the temptation.
Slowly his hands rose to the keyboard and he typed out, is THAT YOUR POEM?
He sighed, typed a few words, tore the paper from the machine, and wound in a fresh sheet.