English version

something of the/that kind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomething of the/that kindsomething of the/that kindspokenLIKE/SIMILAR something similar to what was expected or talked about Rosa was shocked by the news, although she had suspected something of the kind might happen. kind
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something of the/that kindRosa felt such shock, although she told herself she should have expected something of the kind.I still had five, and I had rather expected something of the kind might happen.The news provoked among Zuwaya an instant recognition of necessary truth: they had always suspected something of the kind.When something of that kind comes on to the market it creates a storm.Certainly Hannah Mitchell wished something of the kind had existed to give her advice on childrearing.
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