commoner - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "commoner" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

commoner / простой человек, человек из народа, член палаты общин
[ˈkɒm.ən.ər]
[ˈkɑː.mən.ɚ]
Перевод
имя существительное
простой человек
commoner, simple, Tom
человек из народа
commoner
член палаты общин
commoner
имя прилагательное
незнатного происхождения
commoner, of humble origin, small
имеющий общинные права
commoner
Определения
имя существительное
an ordinary person, without rank or title.
A truly democratic medium, the radio is accessible to everybody, and as a result the famous and infamous, the royalty and commoners , all tune in and talk to each other.
a person who has the right of common (commonage).
The Act of 1965 dealt with these problems by creating local registers of common land and town and village greens which recorded the rights, if any, of the commoners and the names of the owners of the land.
(at some British universities) an undergraduate who does not have a scholarship.
In 1596, aged 14, he was enrolled as gentleman commoner at University College, Oxford.
имя прилагательное
occurring, found, or done often; prevalent.
salt and pepper are the two most common seasonings
showing a lack of taste and refinement; vulgar.
It's almost as common and vulgar as chewing gum while you're serving customers.
shared by, coming from, or done by more than one.
the two republics' common border
(in Latin and certain other languages) of or denoting a gender of nouns that are conventionally regarded as masculine or feminine, contrasting with neuter.
(of a syllable) able to be either short or long.
Примеры
'Thank goodness I'll never have to go through [that] again', he wrote of his time at Marlborough, before entering Magdalen College as a commoner in Michaelmas term 1925.
It is submitted that Mr Podger and his ancestors have had grazing rights as a statutory commoner of the 5,000 acres at the Curragh.
It is surely relevant that he entered Oxford as a commoner .
Diana, on the other hand, was a commoner (albeit an aristocrat) who worked in a common job when her engagement to Prince Charles was announced.
Many nobles viewed him as a commoner and only royal by marriage.
this is the story of the commoner who married a king
In 1596, aged 14, he was enrolled as gentleman commoner at University College, Oxford.
He was educated at Charterhouse School in London and was nominated by his schoolmaster for an exhibition to Christ church College, Oxford to which he was admitted as a commoner in 1720.
If no one wanted to give him an award, the choice went back to University College to take him as a commoner if they wished.
We can also work with groups, such as commoners or other local groups, on joint approaches to finding new ways forward.