v & n
1) a hole or small recess for pigeons to nest; 2) one of a set of small boxes, open at the front, in which letters and messages are left for different people；3) a neat category which usually fails to reflect actual complexities.
to have an often unfair idea of what type someone or something is; to assign to an often restrictive category; assign to a particular category or class, especially in a manner that is too rigid or exclusive.
鸽笼式分类架；信件格；文件格。pigeonhole作为动词， 其含义引申为：界定，归类；把…不公平地分类；把…归入限定的类别; (常指不考虑所有特性地) 给…分类；分类(尤指以僵硬的的方式）；根据刻板印象对...进行分类。
Mr. Trump’s instincts about China are not easy to pigeonhole. He speaks often about his friendship with Mr. （）and admiringly of China’s economic success. His grievances are rooted in trade — in the conviction that China has been cheating the United States — rather than in Beijing’s ambitions in Asia or its （）political system.
The actions that flustered those who thought they had pigeonholed Donald Trump simply reflect the impulses that have driven the direction of this presidency since before the convention in Cleveland.
Kaine pigeonholed Trump as a " 'you're fired' guy," slamming the businessman for outsourcing jobs and opposing the minimum wage.
Kid Rock is a complicated public figure who can’t be pigeonholed by his looks, music or lifestyle. There’s Kid Rock and then there’s Nashville neighbor Bobby, and sometimes it’s hard to tell where the lines blur. Is he funny and generous Bobby, or bird-flipping, rough-edged friend of Sarah Palin? He’s both.
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