Adjective: общий распространенный частый обычный
Noun: общее выгон община пустырь


common border - общая граница

common boundary - общая граница

to be made of common clay - быть простым смертным

common in gross - личное право выгона на чужом участке

senior common room - профессорская

common / general / mutual / unanimous consent - всеобщее согласие, единодушное одобрение

common / basic decencies - общепринятые правила хорошего тона

reduction of common fraction to a decimal - превращение обыкновенной дроби в десятичную

lowest common denominator - наименьший общий знаменатель

to reduce to a common denominator - приводить к общему знаменателю

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This word is not common among us. - Мы нечасто употребляем это слово.

The two countries have a lot in common. - У этих двух стран много общего.

We all share a common goal. - У всех нас — общая цель.

European Common Market - Европейский Общий рынок

Common sense is not so common. - Здравый смысл встречается не так уж часто.

Common Market - Общий рынок (неофициальное название Европейского экономического сообщества)

Common in times of famine. - Обычное дело в голодные времена.

He is lacking in common sense. - Ему не хватает здравого смысла.

It's a fairly common disease. - Это достаточно распространённое заболевание.

Use a bit of common. - Головой поработай! / Включи мозги.

The money went into a common fund. - Эта сумма пошла в общий фонд.

to see the miraculous in the common - видеть в обычном — чудесное

We must unite for the common good. - Мы должны объединиться для всеобщего блага.

The two games have much in common. - Эти две игры имеют много общего.

Wheat and barley are common cereals. - Пшеница и ячмень являются распространёнными зерновыми культурами.

We must band against the common enemy. - Мы должны объединиться против общего врага.

We are working together for a common purpose. - Мы сотрудничаем для достижения общей цели.

She'll be dumped in a common grave. - Её похоронят в общей могиле.

All men make at the same common thing, money. - Все люди стремятся к одному — к деньгам.

It's quite common to dream that you're falling. - Видеть сон, в котором ты падаешь — дело совершенно обычное.

It is common to make fun of schoolboy and schoolgirl "pashes" and "crushes". - Над школьными "увлечениями" и "страстями" принято посмеиваться.

cures for the common cold - лекарства от простуды

Singletons are more common than twins. - Рождение одного ребёнка случается чаще, чем рождение близнецов.

Tobacco of the commoner sort. - Дрянной табачишко.

Regional accents are common in the U.S. - Региональные акценты в США — это обычное дело.

They were thrown together by a common interest. - Их связывал общий интерес.

A common theme connects the stories. - Эти рассказы связаны общей темой.

Animism is common among primitive peoples. - Анимизм распространён среди первобытных народов.

We just need to exercise common sense. - Нам просто нужно проявить здравый смысл.

Common meals are an integral part of family life. - Совместные трапезы — неотъемлемая часть семейной жизни.

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Связанные термины:

in common: If two or more things have something in common, they have the same characteristic or feature .

common cold: The common cold is a mild illness . If you have it, your nose is blocked or runny and you have a sore throat or a cough .

common core: the most important subjects of the curriculum

common cost: costs assignable to two or more products, operations, departments, etc., of a company

common crab: an edible crustacean, Cancer pagurusan

Common Era: → Christian Era

common fee: (in Australia) the agreed usual charge for any medical service, which determines the amount of reimbursement under the federal health scheme

common form: A form of something is a type or kind of it.

common good: the part of the property of a Scottish burgh, in the form of land or funds, that is at the disposal of the community

common gull: a type of gull, Larus canus

common land: Common land is land which everyone is allowed to use.

common law: Common law is the system of law which is based on judges ' decisions and on custom rather than on written laws.

common noun: A common noun is a noun such as 'tree', 'water', or ' beauty ' that is not the name of one particular person or thing. Compareproper noun .

common oak: a large deciduous oak tree, Quercus robur, of Eurasia, having lobed leaves and stalked acorns

common room: A common room is a room in a university or school where people can sit, talk, and relax .

common salt: common table salt; a soluble colourless crystalline compound occurring naturally as halite and in sea water: widely used as a seasoning and preservative for food and in the manufacture of chemicals, glass, and soap . Formula: NaCl

common seal: the official seal of a corporate body

common teal: a small Eurasian duck, Anas crecca, that is related to the mallard and frequents ponds, lakes, and marshes

common time: a time signature indicating four crotchet beats to the bar ; four-four time

common toad: an amphibian of the class Bufonidae, Bufo bufo of Europe

common weal: → the common weal

common belief: If it is your belief that something is the case, it is your strong opinion that it is the case.

common chord: a chord consisting of the keynote, a major or minor third, and a perfect fifth

common enemy: If someone is your enemy, they are opposed to you and to what you think or do.

common factor: a number or quantity that is a factor of each member of a group of numbers or quantities

common ground: If two people or groups find common ground, they agree about something, especially when they do not agree about other things.

common iguana: the green iguana ( Iguana iguana )

common mallow: cheese 1 (sense 5 )

Common Market: A common market is an organization of countries who have agreed to trade freely with each other and make common decisions about industry and agriculture .

common metre: a stanza form, used esp for hymns, consisting of four lines, two of eight syllables alternating with two of six

common pleas: in some U.S. states, a court having general and original jurisdiction over civil and criminal trials

common prayer: the liturgy of public services of the Church of England, esp Morning and Evening Prayer

common reason: The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

common sallow: a small Eurasian willow tree, Salix cinerea, which has large catkins that appear before the leaves

common school: a public elementary school

common scoter: a sea duck of northern regions, Melanitta nigra . The male plumage is black with white patches around the head and eyes

common sense: Your common sense is your natural ability to make good judgments and to behave in a practical and sensible way.

common shrew: a small mouse-like long-snouted mammal, Sorex araneus, of the family Soricidae: order Insectivora ( insectivores )

common snipe: a bird, Gallinago gallinago, of marshes and river banks, having a long straight bill : family Scolopacidae ( sandpipers, etc), order Charadriiformes

common stock: Common stock refers to the shares in a company that are owned by people who have a right to vote at the company's meetings and to receive part of the company's profits after the holders of preferred stock have been paid .

common swift: Apus apus, a bird with long narrow wings which spends most of the time on the wing

common theme: A theme in a piece of writing, a talk, or a discussion is an important idea or subject that runs through it.

common thread: The thread of an argument, a story, or a situation is an aspect of it that connects all the different parts together.

common touch: the ability to communicate with, appeal to, or inspire ordinary people

common usage: Usage is the way in which words are actually used in particular contexts, especially with regard to their meanings .

common zebra: Equus burchelli, the most common type of zebra

common assault: an action that causes a person to fear that he or she is in danger of violent attack

common carrier: a person or firm engaged in the business of transporting goods or passengers

common currency: If you say that an idea or belief has become common currency, you mean it is widely used and accepted.

common divisor: a number or quantity that is a factor of each member of a group of numbers or quantities

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Однокоренные слова:

commonage - общины, народ, право на общественный выгон, право на общинный выгон
commoner - простой человек, человек из народа, незнатного происхождения
commonly - обычно, обыкновенно, дешево, плохо
commonness - обыденность, обычность, банальность
commons - простой народ, порция, палата общин, третье сословие, рацион
discommon - лишать права пользования общественной землёй, завладевать общественными
uncommon - редкий, необыкновенный, незаурядный, необыкновенно, удивительно
commonable - находящийся в общественном владении, могущий пастись на общественном выгоне
commonty - право на выгон, земля, находящаяся в общем владении нескольких лиц

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