Common Definition

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1. “Just five years ago, there were five sites in China that supplied the whole country,” Mr. Corbett says. “Now these machines are commonplace.” 1
2. “TRIP intends to hold agencies to a common time frame, but we aren’t there yet,” she said. 1
3. 'If your bank accounts are common, why not your Twitter and Facebook accounts?' asks Clemson Smith Muniz, a Spanish-language sports announcer in New York. 1
4. 'It was a common punishment in Imperial China,'said O'Brien as didactically as ever. 1
5. 'It's the biggest single piece of law reform related to transgender and intersex issues at a commonwealth level ever in this country - mind-blowing.' 1
6. 'It's the biggest single piece of law reform related to transgender and intersex issues at a commonwealth level ever in this country - mind-blowing.'This website 1
7. 'Register' is the term commonly used to describe different levels of formality in language. 1
8. 'Shrek' is a type of Asian sheepshead wrasse which are well-known for the odd protrusions on their head and are relatively common in the waters around Japan. 1
9. 'There's a lot of commonality between global consumers due to instantaneous communication, ' a spokeswoman said. 'Everybody's looking at the same celebrities carrying the same bags. 1
10. " For this reason I forgo my vengeance for my dead son, for the common good. 1
11. " He's delightful , delightful, " he went on, giving the commonplace rendition of approval which such men know. 1
12. " Some people think Hogmanay could be from an old French word meaning "gift. " That is because it was common to give gifts at the new year. 1
13. " The results of this study "demonstrated that at the most commonly used dose, diphenhydramine may play no role in treating infant sleep problems. 1
14. " This is like tracking a common cold in the human population, " he said last week. 1
15. "39" weather approach, "air - cooling at 39", low temperature plus rain snow mushroom, the basket for groceries of the common people leavens how? 1
16. "Alcohol is the only strong psychoactive substance in common use that is not controlled internationally, " they say in their editorial. 1
17. "All's well that ends well" is the dictum of unanimous common sense . 1
18. "At about 2 pounds, the safety risks to people on the ground are rather minimal," he says. "In fact it weighs less than your common Canadian goose." 1
19. "At ease", "attention" and "quick time, march" are the most commonly heard orders in PE classes. 1
20. "Aw'm gooin' to meet mi Moll to-neet" is a varra common sayin' wi' factory lads: some o' th' better soort say 'woman' i' th' place o' Moll, but nooan so mony." 1
21. "But where, " asked Tom Paine in his famoustract, common Sense, "...is the king of America? 1
22. "Chalky" is a common nickname for people called White. 1
23. "Chlamydial infection is the most common sexually transmitted bacterial infection in the United States, with an estimated 3 million new cases annually, " write David S. 1
24. "Clearly, the labor market is improving, but at a very slow pace," said Omer Esiner, chief market strategist at Commonwealth Foreign Exchange in Washington. 0
25. "Colds are the most common cause, but people with allergies are much more likely to suffer sinus problems, " the AAAAI states. Colds can also lead to middle ear infections, HHS says. 1
26. "De swarte Walvis" was built in 1661. It was a flute ship. This was the most common cargo vessel during this time. 1
27. "Developers will now be able to use one tool, one framework, and one common code base and build apps that run on Android, BlackBerry, and iOS," said Dave Gruber, Adobe group product manager. 1
28. "I saw then that fetal alcohol syndrome was much more common than people thought ... Public awareness started with our initial research," he says. 1
29. "I still think my solution of marrying a girl from each commonwealth country is the best one, " he said. 1
30. "It is common to find people of French Canadian descent to be related to large numbers of other French Canadians," said genealogist Christopher Child, who conducted the research. 1
 

Common

[ˈkämən]

ADJECTIVE

commoner (comparative adjective) · commonest (superlative adjective)

  - occurring, found, or done often; prevalent.

  - shared by, coming from, or done by more than one.

NOUN

commons (plural noun)

  - a piece of open land for public use, especially in a village or town.

  - (in the Christian Church) a form of service used for each of a group of occasions.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En