be (not) (one's) type

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be (not) (one's) type

To have the personality and/or physical appearance that one is typically attracted to. Often used in the negative to mean the opposite. I'm not surprised she's flirting with John—he's definitely her type. It's not that I don't like her. She's just not my type.
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(not) be somebody’s ˈtype

(informal) (not) be the kind of person that somebody likes: Mark isn’t really her type — she prefers quiet, sensitive men.Gerry is more my type.
See also: type
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