Definition of common ground in English:

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common ground

Pronunciation: /ˌkɒmən ˈɡraʊnd/
Opinions or interests shared by each of two or more parties: artists from different cultural backgrounds found common ground
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  • They show what could be achieved when organisations share their objectives and find common ground.
  • It assumes a multiplicity of class views, not just one class view though there may be much common ground.
  • What's interesting is that all these women can read the same magazine and find some common ground.
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