English version

it is kind/stupid/careless etc of somebody (to do something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit is kind/stupid/careless etc of somebody (to do something)it is kind/stupid/careless etc of somebody (to do something)CHARACTER/PERSONALITYused to say that someone’s action shows a particular quality It was kind of you to remember my birthday. of
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it is kind/stupid/careless etc of somebody (to do something)But, it, it is kind of funny.So it is kind of coming home and a change of focus.The idea of it is kind of cute: This little Frank guy is trying to find candy.
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