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common ground

an ​area of ​sharedinterests or ​opinionsheld by two or more ​people or ​groups: When I ​found out he was also going to Alaska, we were on common ​ground.
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common groundnoun [U]

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sharedinterests, ​beliefs, or ​opinions between two ​people or ​groups of ​people who ​disagree about most other ​subjects: It ​seemsincreasinglyunlikely that the two ​sides will ​find any ​commonground.
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