Meaning of COMMON in English

COMMON

adj. 1 ordinary, everyday, commonplace, prosaic, usual, familiar, customary, prevalent, frequent, run-of-the-mill, general, normal, standard, conventional, regular, routine, stock, average, proverbial; plain, simple, garden-variety, common or garden, workaday, undistinguished, unexceptional Intermarriage is a common occurrence among the members of the sect We planted a common variety of carrot. 2 mutual, reciprocal, joint, shared Our common heritage must be protected 3 low-class, ordinary, plain, simple, plebeian, bourgeois, proletarian, run-of-the-mill, vulgar, unrefined Kings avoid dealing with the common people 4 inferior, low-grade, mean, cheap, base He was smoking a cigar of the commonest type 5 public, general, community, communal, collective, non-private, universal; well-known The contents of the library are the common property of everyone Their romance is common knowledge in the village. 6 trite, stale, hackneyed, worn out, banal, tired, overused, stereotyped, clichéd, stereotypical The term 'yuppie' has become too common to have much impact any longer

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