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commonly

Line breaks: com|mon¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒmənli
 
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Definition of commonly in English:

adverb

Very often; frequently: a commonly used industrial chemical shift workers commonly complain of not getting enough sleep
More example sentences
  • It is commonly stored for a long time but make sure that you consume it before the expiry date.
  • The tower is commonly known to be the oldest building in the whole of Oxford.
  • Heart failure is commonly caused by coronary artery disease and high blood pressure.
Synonyms
North American oftentimes
informal lots
literary oft, oft-times

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