1. a piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area;
1. belonging to or participated in by a community as a whole; public;
2. of no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual;
3. common to or shared by two or more parties;
4. commonly encountered;
5. being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language;
6. of or associated with the great masses of people;
7. of low or inferior quality or value;
8. lacking refinement or cultivation or taste;
9. to be expected; standard;
In this matter we must place the common cause above all else.
It's time to set our differences by and work together for a common purpose.
Taiwan will return to the embrace of the motherland; the whole country must be united. This is the general trend of development and the common aspiration of the people.
A common superstition considered it bad luck to sleep in a room numbered 13.
They found a similar drug being tested against a rhinovirus — another cause of the common cold.
The common man in every country is anxious for world peace.
To improve one's professional skill has now become a common practice.
The two countries are joined by common mountains and rivers.
Here he fell into the common error of judging by appearances.
Wang is a very common Chinese surname.
He preferred to stick with the common herd.
Britain and America share a common language.
I judge it by common sense.
These views were common among intellectuals.
Salt is the most common seasoning.
The two have nothing in common.
He is sprung from the common family.
Marijuana is a common form of the drug.
Once untied, we common people are able to conquer nature, too.
Don't you have a sprinkling of common sense?
For goodness' sake, just use your common sense!
the enclosure of common land in the seventeenth century
one of the most common forms of cancer
The school syllabus seems aimed at the lowest common denominator.
Tabloid newspapers pander to the lowest common denominator.
By common consent this election constituted a historic step on the road to democracy.
These habits of thinking elide the difference between what is common and what is normal.
Deliveries are made by common carrier or van line.
The money went into a common fund.
the common good
the benefit or interests of all
it is time our elected officials stood up for the common good.
a point accepted or shared by each of two or more conflicting or differing parties
artists from different cultural backgrounds found common ground.
something known by most people
common or garden
(Brit. informal)of the usual or ordinary type
Britain's common or garden house sparrow.
a thing or things held jointly
the common touch
the ability to get on with or appeal to ordinary people
have something in common
have a specified amount or degree of shared interests or characteristics
the two men had little in common.
in common with
in the same way as
in common with other officers I had to undertake guard duties.
out of the common
(Brit.)rarely occurring; unusual
Equally with or by all.
common, ordinary, commonplace, general, usual, popular, universal
mutual, common, joint, reciprocal
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