commonplace - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

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

commonplace / банальность, общее место, что-либо обычное
имя существительное
banality, commonplace, platitude, triviality, triteness, humdrum
общее место
commonplace, topos, humdrum
что-либо обычное
commonplace, rut
имя прилагательное
banal, commonplace, trite, corny, trivial, hackneyed
philistine, commonplace, square, narrow-minded
beaten, battered, hackneyed, stereotype, trite, commonplace
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имя прилагательное
not unusual; ordinary.
unemployment was commonplace in his profession
имя существительное
a usual or ordinary thing.
bombing has become almost a commonplace of public life there
a notable quotation copied into a commonplace book.
Yet measles, malnutrition and diarrhoea remain tediously commonplace causes of death in all too many parts of it in the first years of the twenty-first century.
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.
His poetry and fiction celebrates the ordinary and commonplace , striving for a transformation that might well be magical.
Whatever you are looking for we have it in the collection, from the endangered to the commonplace .
Tales of the commonplace , stories about the small things that make up our daily existence, can be fascinating.
I thought they approved of that sort of thing - indeed, they want such scenes to be a commonplace in Her Majesty's Forces.
Matches between female boxers have become a commonplace - if not widely accepted - part of the sport.
And before the vote it had been a commonplace to say that it was the most important election of our lifetimes.
None of the others had noticed the little scene; it was an event too commonplace to mark.
This is perfectly possible for even an ordinary club level sailor - it is quite commonplace not to have to qualify for an event.