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Definition of “the Commons” - Learner’s Dictionary

the Commons

noun     /ˈkɒmənz/ ( also the House of Commons)
one of the two parts of the British parliament, with elected members who make lawsGovernment administration and organisation
Translations of “the Commons”
in Chinese (Traditional) 下議院…
in Russian палата общин…
in Turkish Britanya parlamentosunun üyeleri seçimle işbaşına gelen ve kanunları yapan kanadı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 下议院…
in Polish Izba Gmin…
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