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    a phrase ; kinds your age

    Hello.

    In this sentence, "Well, Liz, kinds your age like to fit in with the crowd." can I understand the phrase 'kinds your age' means

    'peers your age' or 'kids your age'?


    Thank you.

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    Re: a phrase ; kinds your age

    It means nothing. It is almost certainly a typo, and should be 'kids'.

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