kind of

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Expression[change]

Expression
kind of

  1. Just a little bit.
    I'm kind of tired, but I can keep working.
  2. Mostly true, but not completely true. What was said is not exact.
    Well, its kind of a cat -- well, its lion cub.
  3. You can say "kind of" to make what you say softer, or to appologize.
    I'm sorry, but I kind of wrecked your car.

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