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Record For Natural Language Word "common" In Language English Back to the main English page.

common Meaning #5
"common", in the sense of "can be found in several things".
Entered by melop.
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delca

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 is the minimal part / shared part / least common denominator between x2 (set) in property x3.

    It acts as a gloss word.

common Meaning #2
"common", in the sense of "ordinary".
Entered by rlpowell.
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zilfadni

Used in 1 definitions.

  • f2 (ka) is an ordinary / common / general / typical / usual property among f3.

    It acts as a gloss word.

common Meaning #4
"common", in the sense of "park".
Entered by totus.
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zdipanka

Used in 1 definitions.

  • p1 is a park managed by polity/community p2 for use by z2, with amenities/amusements z1.

    It acts as a gloss word.

common Meaning #3
"common", in the sense of "uncouth".
Entered by totus.
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malfadni

Used in 1 definitions.

  • f1=m1 is vulgar/uncouth in property f2=m2 (ka) among members f3 (set).

    It acts as a gloss word.

common Meaning #1
"common", in the sense of "universal".
Entered by officialdata.
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kampu

Used in 1 definitions.

  • x1 (property - ka) is common/general/universal among members of set x2 (complete set).

    It acts as a gloss word.

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