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common

adjective
 
 
/ˈkɒmən/
USUAL B1 happening often or existing in large numbers
yaygın, bilinen, olağan
Injuries are common in sports such as hockey. →  Opposite uncommon Plain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
SHARED B1 belonging to or shared by two or more people or things
ortak, birlikte, paylaşılan
a common goal/interest English has some features common to many languages.Sharing
common knowledge B2 something that a lot of people know
herkesin bildiği, herkesçe malum olan, genel bilgi
[+ that] It's common knowledge that he spent time in jail.Knowledge and awareness
ORDINARY [always before noun] not special in any way
yaygın, çok bilinen, sıradan
The herbs all have common names and Latin names.Plain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
LOW CLASS UK typical of a low social class
alelade, sıradan, kaba, adi, bayağı
My mum thinks dyed blonde hair is really common.Class and class-consciousness in generalWealthiness and wealthyPoverty and poor
(Definition of common adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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