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NGSL Rank: 566
ˈkɒmən Listen
  • occurring, found, or done often; prevalent.
    E.g. salt and pepper are the two most common seasonings
  • shared by, coming from, or done by two or more people, groups, or things.
    E.g. the two republics' common border
  • showing a lack of taste and refinement supposedly typical of the lower classes; vulgar.
    E.g. she's so common
  • (in Latin, Dutch, and certain other languages) of or denoting a gender of nouns that are conventionally regarded as masculine or feminine, contrasting with neuter.
  • (of a syllable) able to be either short or long.
  • (of a crime) of lesser severity.
    E.g. common assault
  • a piece of open land for public use.
    E.g. we spent the morning tramping over the common looking for flowers
  • common sense.
  • (in the Christian Church) a form of service used for each of a group of occasions.
  • a person's right over another's land, e.g. for pasturage or mineral extraction.

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