common

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈkɒmən/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈkɑmən/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(komən)

Inflections of 'common' (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
commoner
adj comparative
commonest
adj superlative
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common

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. common [interests, ground, thing]
  2. common [name, noun, term]
  3. the common [blackbird, aspen]
  4. its common name is
  5. find (a) common ground (between)
  6. common [ideas, thoughts, reasons, concepts] to
  7. have a common [cause, purpose, need, objective]
  8. it is common knowledge (that)
  9. a common [understanding, error, mistake, practice, misconception]
  10. is common manners to [say, go, do]
  11. [show, display] common decency (to)
  12. it is (just) common sense
  13. a common-sense [approach, view, idea]
  14. the common people
  15. [has, with] the common touch
  16. this (behavior) is common in [children, animals, teenagers]
  17. is common to [all, most, the majority, many]
  18. common in many [ways, aspects]
  19. common in [size, shape, color]
  20. have a common ancestor (with)
  21. (just) a common [soldier, worker, fabric, salt]
  22. UK: (just) a common or garden [bicycle, pencil]
  23. [very, extremely, increasingly, more, worryingly] common
n
  1. we have a lot in common
  2. has a lot in common with
  3. found something (we have) in common
  4. go for a [picnic, stroll, walk] in the commons
  5. UK: go for a [picnic] on the common
  6. the [village, town, local] commons
  7. UK: on the [village] common
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