There are 2 translations of commonplace in Spanish:

commonplace1

Pronunciation: /ˈkɑːmənpleɪs; ˈkɒmənpleɪs/

adj

  • 1.1 (ordinary) [things/events] común, corriente a commonplace occurrence un caso común or corriente it's now fairly commonplace for young couples to divorce es bastante común or corriente hoy en día que las parejas jóvenes se divorcien
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    • He insists that what he is doing is to configure the commonplace issues of ordinary life.
    • None of the others had noticed the little scene; it was an event too commonplace to mark.
    • This is Realism at its most powerful, turning a commonplace event into an historical one.
    1.2 (trite, hackneyed) [remark/expression] banal, trillado
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    • These types of self-congratulatory remarks are commonplace and formulaic.
    • After a few more exceedingly commonplace remarks of the same character, she gave me to write down a list of drugs that were to be taken.
    • Peace would be all too commonplace and boring, not to mention that it couldn't possibly involve the kind of firepower you're accustomed to.

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There are 2 translations of commonplace in Spanish:

commonplace2

n

  • 1.1 (common occurrence) cosa (feminine) frecuente or común or corriente
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    • Then he makes a characteristic move: you see how he is able to invest the ordinary, the commonplace, with mystery.
    • His poetry and fiction celebrates the ordinary and commonplace, striving for a transformation that might well be magical.
    • Dixon is the kind of ordinary hero who had become a commonplace of Ealing films during the war period.
    1.2 (platitude) lugar (m) común, tópico (m)
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    • So instead politicians almost uniformly retreat to the safety of the platitude and commonplace.
    • And what is perhaps the most troubling feature of her writing is her tendency to use commonplaces and cliches and undefined terms as if their meaning were indisputable and clear.
    • My only knowledge of francophone Caribbean literature consisted of a few commonplaces and catchphrases.

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Word of the day moto
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Cultural fact of the day

The variety of catalán spoken in the Balearic Islands is called mallorquín. Some people regard it as a separate language from Catalan, which enjoys official status, but it is not officially recognized as such.