Meaning of kinda in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkʌɪndə/

Translate kinda into Spanish


  • Kind of.

    • ‘I think it's kinda funny’
    • ‘It was kinda funny to watch someone else and wonder if I look that harassed on the average Saturday.’
    • ‘It is kinda funny right now, as my ugly mug does adorn one page of a popular calendar.’
    • ‘I kinda like the look of it, but quite why anyone would do this is beyond me.’
    • ‘So hopefully were gonna be able to give people a taste of that, and do it in a way that kinda makes sense.’
    • ‘So how do you do another Brit gangster movie without it kinda blurring into the crowd?’
    • ‘Like the kinda thing you hear in a movie, you know, in a very dramatic scene.’
    • ‘There's some eerie feedback and xylophones and it all kinda swirls around you.’
    • ‘We were both kinda shy, I think we always are the first time we see each other after a while.’
    • ‘Had it not been cold and wet it would have been a kinda fun day, if your idea of fun is standing still by a roundabout for nine hours.’
    • ‘I suppose this is kinda true, but I've covered this stuff in previous bits of this posts.’
    • ‘The only boundaries these movies will break is in special effects, which is kinda cool but not a lot else.’
    • ‘I don't know, I thought it was kinda cute and clever, but it didn't really work for me.’
    • ‘The cinema was amazingly comfortable, the company was great and the film itself kinda dull.’
    • ‘It's kinda growing on me though, because it makes me laugh when I see it and that's got to be a good thing.’
    • ‘I fully understand that persons fears but the wider picture is kinda scary don't you think?’
    • ‘We ended up at Dave's party, I kinda had to go, it was a celebration of the three of us being promoted.’
    • ‘It was kinda fun and I got to socialize a bit with some of his other cousins.’
    • ‘I've been just reading about this a little bit for a few days, and I must say that it kinda makes me sick.’
    • ‘It was kinda cold, but the sunshine more than made up for that, it was so beautiful out.’
    • ‘He's kinda cheap on the rent but all he eats is the washing powder box so its no big drama.’
    rather, quite, fairly, moderately, somewhat, a little, slightly, a shade


Early 20th century (originally US): alteration.