I got this from my Pleco dictionary, but don't know if it's correct. If it's correct, could you provide some examples... thanks!

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1. N-COUNT,可数名词
模式化的形象(或特征);固定模式;刻板印象;陈规老套 A stereotype is a fixed general image or set of characteristics that a lot of people believe represent a particular type of person or thing. 
  • There's always been a stereotype about successful businessmen...


  • Many men feel their body shape doesn't live up to the stereotype of the ideal man.


2. VERB,动词
使模式化;使定型 If someone is stereotyped as something, people form a fixed general idea or image of them, so that it is assumed that they will behave in a particular way. 
  • He was stereotyped by some as a rebel...


  • I get very worked up about the way women are stereotyped in a lot of mainstream films...


1. It's wrong to stereotype people, as if they were all alike.
2. He's my stereotype of a schoolteacher.
3. Or, what Stanford University psychologist Claude M. Steele, who is black, refers to as'stereotype vulnerability.
或者,用斯坦福大学的黑人心理学家克劳迪 - M - 斯蒂尔的话说,这是一种“定型的脆弱性”。

depends on the context

@秦胜 - 哇!好周详/详细,谢谢您!你在中国当老师吗?

@Zhangmei - Thanks! that's pretty much what I wanted to know. 



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