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common Inglés de EE. UU.

Occurring, found, or done often; prevalent

common Tesauro EE.UU.

the common folk

bobwhite Inglés de EE. UU.

A New World quail with mottled reddish-brown plumage, and typically a pale throat and eyestripe

catalpa Inglés de EE. UU.

A tree with large heart-shaped leaves, clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers, and long, slender beanlike seedpods, native to North America and eastern Asia and cultivated as an ornamental

cowbird Inglés de EE. UU.

A New World songbird with dark plumage and a relatively short bill, typically laying its eggs in other birds' nests

crossbill Inglés de EE. UU.

A thickset finch with a crossed bill adapted for extracting seeds from the cones of conifers. The plumage is typically red in the male and olive green in the female

mulberry Inglés de EE. UU.

A small deciduous tree with broad leaves, native to East Asia and long cultivated elsewhere

murre Inglés de EE. UU.

A white-breasted North American auk (seabird)

in common Inglés de EE. UU.

In joint use or possession; shared

common cold Inglés de EE. UU.

Another term for cold2noun2noun2noun.

Common Era Inglés de EE. UU.

Another term for Christian era.

common gull Inglés de EE. UU.

A migratory gull with greenish-grey legs, found locally in northern and eastern Eurasia and NW North America

common jury Inglés de EE. UU.

A jury for which no qualification of property or social standing was required

common law Inglés de EE. UU.

The part of English law that is derived from custom and judicial precedent rather than statutes. Often contrasted with statutory law

common noun Inglés de EE. UU.

A noun denoting a class of objects or a concept as opposed to a particular individual

common rat Inglés de EE. UU.

Another term for brown rat.

common room Inglés de EE. UU.

A room in a school, college, or other institution for use of students or staff outside teaching hours

common seal1 Inglés de EE. UU.

A seal with a mottled grey-brown coat and a concave profile, found along North Atlantic and North Pacific coasts

common seal2 Inglés de EE. UU.

An official seal of a corporate body

common time Inglés de EE. UU.

A rhythmic pattern in which there are four beats, especially four quarter notes, in a measure. This pattern occurs often in classical music and is the norm in rock, jazz, country, and bluegrass

common in vetch Inglés de EE. UU.

A widely distributed scrambling herbaceous plant of the pea family that is cultivated as a silage or fodder crop

Common Era New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

another term for Christian era

common law New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

common ground Inglés de EE. UU.

Opinions or interests shared by each of two or more parties

common chord Inglés de EE. UU.

A triad containing a root, a major or minor third, and a perfect fifth

common gender Inglés de EE. UU.

The gender of those nouns in English that are not limited to either sex, such as cousin or spouse

common market Inglés de EE. UU.

A group of countries imposing few or no duties on trade with one another and a common tariff on trade with other countries

common meter Inglés de EE. UU.

A metrical pattern for hymns in which the stanzas have four lines containing eight and six syllables alternately rhyming abcb or abab

Common Pleas Inglés de EE. UU.

(In some jurisdictions) a court for hearing civil cases between citizens

Common Prayer Inglés de EE. UU.

The liturgy of the Anglican Communion, originally set forth in the Book of Common Prayer of Edward VI (1549)

common sense Inglés de EE. UU.

Good sense and sound judgment in practical matters

common stock Inglés de EE. UU.

Shares entitling their holder to dividends that vary in amount and may even be missed, depending on the fortunes of the company

common sense Tesauro EE.UU.

I had the common sense to phone an ambulance instead of yelling at him to get up

Common Pleas New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

court for hearing civil cases

common sense New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

common property Inglés de EE. UU.

A thing or things held jointly

common carrier Inglés de EE. UU.

A person or company that transports goods or passengers on regular routes at set rates


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