Complete Definition of "common"

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English

rank|town|dark|ye|438|common|subject|can't|ready

Pronunciation
(Received Pronunciation|UK) AHD|kÅm'Én, IPA|/ËkÉmÉn/, SAMPA|/"[email protected]/
(General American|US) AHD|kÅm'Én, IPA|/ËkÉmÉn/, SAMPA|/"[email protected]/
audio|en-us-common.ogg|Audio (US)
rhymes|ÉmÉn
Hyphenation: com·mon

Adjective
en-adj|er|more

  1. mutual|Mutual; shared by more than one.

#:The two competitors have the common aim of winning the championship.
#:Winning the championship is an aim common to the two competitors.

  1. occur|Occurring or happening regularly or frequently; usual.

#:It is common to find sharks off this coast.

  1. found|Found in large numbers or in a large quantity.

#:Sharks are common in these waters.

  1. simple|Simple, ordinary or vulgar.
  2. grammar In some languages, particularly Germanic languages, of the gender originating from the coalescence of the masculine and feminine categories of nouns.
  3. Of or pertaining to uncapitalized nouns in English, i.e., common nouns vs. proper nouns

Synonyms
(mutual): mutual, shared
(usual): normal, ordinary, standard, usual
(occurring in large numbers or in a large quantity): widespread

Antonyms
(mutual): personal, individual
(usual): rare, unusual, uncommon
(occurring in large numbers or in a large quantity): few and far between, rare, uncommon

See also
(English grammar): epicene, feminine, masculine, neuter

Translations
trans-top|mutual
Bulgarian: Ð¾Ð±Ñ (obÅ¡t) m
Catalan: comú m, comuna f
Czech: spoleÄný m
Dutch: gemeen, gemene, gewoon, gewone
Danish: fælles
Finnish: yhteinen
French: commun#French|commun m, commune f
German: gemeinsam, Gemein-, gemeinschaftlich (property)
Hebrew: ×ש×תף (meshutaf) m, ×ש×תפת (meshutefet) f
trans-mid
Ido: komuna
Interlingua: commun#Interlingua|commun
Italian: comune m and f
Japanese: å±é (ãããã¤ã, kyÅtsÅ«)
Malay: sama
Polish: wspólny, ogólny
Portuguese: comum m and f
Russian: обÑий (óbÅ¡Äij), взаимнÑй (vzaímnyj)
Scottish Gaelic: cumanta, coitcheann
Swedish: gemensam, allmän
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trans-top|usual
Bulgarian: обикновен (obiknoven) m
Catalan: comú m
Czech: bÄžný m, obvyklý m
Danish: almindelig, vanlig, sædvanlig
Dutch: gemeen, gemene, gewoon, gewone
Finnish: yleinen, tavallinen
French: commun m, commune f
German: nicht ungewöhnlich, gewöhnlich, häufig
Hebrew: ש××× (shakhíakh) m, ש×××× (shkhikha) f
Ido: ordinara
trans-mid
Interlingua: commun#Interlingua|commun
Italian: comune m and f
Malay: biasa
Persian: FAchar|راÛج (raij), FAchar|شاÛع (šâyee)
Polish: zwykÅy
Portuguese: comum m and f
Russian: обÑÑнÑй (obýÄnyj), обÑденнÑй (obýdennyj), повÑедневнÑй (povsednévnyj)
Scottish Gaelic: cumanta, àbhaisteach, coitcheann
Spanish: común
Swedish: vanlig
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trans-top|found in large numbers or in a large quantity
Czech: bÄžný
Dutch: veelvoorkomend
French: commun#French|commun m, commune f
German: häufig, nicht ungewöhnlich, gewöhnlich
Hebrew: נפ××¥ (nafótz) m, נפ××¦× (nefotza) f; ש××× (shakhíakh) m, ש×××× (shkhikha) f
trans-mid
Italian: comune m and f
Polish: pospolity, powszechny
Russian: обÑÑнÑй (obýÄnyj), повÑемеÑÑнÑй (povseméstnyj), ÑаÑпÑоÑÑÑанÑннÑй (rasprostranjónnyj)
Scottish Gaelic: cumanta, coitcheann
Swedish: vanlig
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trans-top|ordinary
Czech: obyÄejný
Dutch: gewoon
German: gemein
Hebrew: ר××× (ragíl) m, ר×××× (regila) f
trans-mid
Italian: ordinario m, ordinaria f, volgare, grossolano m, grossolana f
Malay: biasa
Persian: FAchar|ÙعÙÙÙÛ (maâmuli)
Polish: zwyczajny, prosty, prostacki
Russian: пÑоÑÑой (prostój), обÑкновеннÑй (obyknovénnyj)
Swedish: vanlig
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trans-top|grammar: of the gender resulting from the coalescence of the masculine and feminine genders
Danish: fælleskøn
French: genre commun
trans-mid
Russian: обÑий Ñод (óbÅ¡Äij rod)
Swedish: utrum (noun; the Swedish common gender)
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Translations to be checked

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ttbc|Indonesian: umum, sama|bersama

Noun
en-noun

  1. mutual|Mutual good, shared by more than one.
  2. a tract of land in common ownership

Translations
trans-top|mutual good
Dutch: gemeengoed n
Finnish: yhteismaa
trans-mid
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trans-top|tract of land
Dutch: meent m (archaic)
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Derived terms
commonality
commoner
common gender
the common good
commonplace
commons
commonsense
House of Commons

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