English - Vietnamese Dictionary
commonplace /'kɔmənpleis/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- việc tầm thường; lời nói tầm thường; chuyện tầm thường; chuyện cũ rích
- động từ
- trích những điều ghi ở sổ tay; ghi vào sổ tay
- nói những chuyện tầm thường; nói những chuyện cũ rích
commonplacesnounAdvanced English Dictionary
+a trite or obvious remark
+completely ordinary and unremarkable
+not challenging; dull and lacking excitement
+repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
adjective, nounCollocation Dictionary
done very often, or existing in many places, and therefore not unusual: Computers are now commonplace in primary classrooms.
+ noun (formal)
1 [usually sing.] an event, etc. that happens very often and is not unusual
2 a remark, etc. that is not new or interesting: The speech was full of commonplaces.
be, seem | become | regard sth as
Such actions were regarded as commonplace during the war.
very | almost | enough, fairly, quite, rather
Her situation sounded commonplace enough.
These ideas are commonplace among teenagers.
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