be (not) (one's) type

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be (not) (one's) type

To have the personality or physical appearance that that one is usually 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.
See also: type

(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