ubiquitous Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"ubiquitous" in British English

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ubiquitousadjective

uk   /juːˈbɪk.wɪ.təs/  us   /-wə.t̬əs/ formal or humorous
seeming to be ​everywhere: Leather is very much in ​fashion this ​season, as is the ubiquitous ​denim. The Swedes are not ​alone in ​findingtheirlanguage under ​pressure from the ubiquitous ​spread of ​English. The ​mobilephone, that most ubiquitous of consumer-electronic ​appliances, is about to ​enter a new ​age.
ubiquitously
adverb uk   us   /-li/
(Definition of ubiquitous from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"ubiquitous" in American English

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ubiquitousadjective

 us   /jʊˈbɪk·wɪ·t̬əs, ju-/
found or ​existingeverywhere: The ​eelgrass limpet used to be ubiquitous on the New England ​coast.
(Definition of ubiquitous from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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