HyperDic: común

Español > 13 sentidos de la palabra común:
ADJETIVOallcomún, corriente, normalconforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm
allcomún, habitual, normal, usualoccurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure
allcomúnhaving no special distinction or quality
allcomún, corriente, ordinariowithin normal everyday experience
allcomúnbelonging to or participated in by a community as a whole
allcomún, ordinario, plebeyo, vulgarof or associated with the great masses of people
allcomún, mutuocommon to or shared by two or more parties / parties
allcomúncommonly encountered
allcomún, ordinario, vernacular, vernáculo, vulgarbeing or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language
allcomún, ordinario, vulgarof low or inferior quality or value
allcomún, corriente, indistinguible, insignificante, normalnot special in any way
allcomún, corriente, estándarcommonly used or supplied
NOMBRElocationcomún, parque, zona verdea piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area
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Sentidoconforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal.
Sinónimoscorriente, normal
Cualidad denormalidadWithin certain limits that define the range of normal / normal functioning
Específicomedia, medioApproximating the statistical norm or average or expected value
mediorelating to or constituting the middle value of an ordered set of values (or the average of the middle two in a set with an even number of values)
modalrelating to or constituting the most frequent value in a distribution
naturalFunctioning or occurring in a normal way
típicoconforming to a type
Tambiéncuerdomentally healthy
estándar, standardconforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value
Contrarioanormalnot normal
Inglésnormal
Catalánnormal
Nombresnormalidadconformity with the norm
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SentidoOccurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure.
Sinónimoshabitual, normal, usual
Cualidad dehabitualidadcommonness by virtue of not being unusual
Específicoacostumbrada, acostumbrado, habitual, usualcommonly used or practiced
crónica, crónico, empedernido, habitual, inveteradohabitual
habitual, usualIn accord / accord with regular practice or procedure
TambiéncomúnHaving no special distinction or quality
ordinarionot exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree
Contrarioexcepcional, extraordinario, insólito, inusualnot usual or common or ordinary
Inglésusual
Cataláncomú, habitual, normal, usual
Nombreshabitualidadcommonness by virtue of not being unusual
Adverbioscomúnmente, corrientemente, cotidianamente, de costumbre, diariamente, generalmente, habitualmente, mundanamente, normalmente, ordinariamente, popularmente, predeciblemente, rutinariamente, usualmenteUnder normal conditions
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SentidoHaving no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual / usual.
Cualidad decotidianidadordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace
Específicocomún, corriente, estándarcommonly used or supplied
corrientelacking special distinction, rank, or status
democráticorepresenting or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large
demótico, popularOf or for the common people
frecuentefrequently encountered
generalprevailing among and common to the general public
Tambiéncomún, habitual, normal, usualOccurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure
ordinarionot exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree
Contrarioinusual, raro, singularnot common or ordinarily encountered
Ingléscommon
Cataláncomú
Nombrescotidianidadordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace
Adverbioscomúnmente, corrientemente, cotidianamente, de costumbre, diariamente, generalmente, habitualmente, mundanamente, normalmente, ordinariamente, popularmente, predeciblemente, rutinariamente, usualmenteUnder normal conditions
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SentidoWithin normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange.
Sinónimoscorriente, ordinario
Específicocomúncommonly encountered
Contrariocurioso, extraño, insólito, inusitado, inusual, rarodefinitely out of the ordinary and unexpected
Inglésfamiliar
Cataláncomú, corrent, familiar, ordinari
Nombresfamiliaridadusualness by virtue of being familiar or well known
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SentidoBelonging to or participated in by a community as a whole; public.
Específicocomunal, comunitario, grupalFor or by a group rather than individuals
públicoaffecting the people or community as a whole
TambiénconjuntoUnited or combined
Contrarioindividual, únicoBeing or characteristic of a single thing or person
Ingléscommon
Cataláncomú
Nombrescomún, parque, zona verdeA piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area
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SentidoOf or associated with the great masses of people.
Sinónimosordinario, plebeyo, vulgar
Generalde baja cuna, de humilde cunaOf humble birth or origins
Ingléscommon, plebeian, vulgar, unwashed
Cataláncomú, ordinari, plebeu, vulgar
Nombrespechero, plebe, plebeyoOne of the common people
Verbospopularizar, vulgarizarcater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public
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SentidoCommon to or shared by two or more parties / parties.
Sinónimomutuo
GeneralcompartidoHave in common
Ingléscommon, mutual
Cataláncomú, comuna, mutu
Nombresinterdependencia, mutualidadA reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)
mutualidad, reciprocidadA reciprocality of sentiments
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Sentidocommonly encountered.
Generalcomún, corriente, ordinarioWithin normal everyday experience
Ingléscommon, usual
Nombreshabitualidadcommonness by virtue of not being unusual
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SentidoBeing or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language.
Sinónimosordinario, vernacular, vernáculo, vulgar
GeneralinformalUsed of spoken and written language
Ingléscommon, vernacular, vulgar
Cataláncomú, ordinari, vernacle, vernacular, vulgar
Nombrescotidianidadordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace
dialecto, lengua vernácula, vernáculoThe everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from literary / literary language)
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SentidoOf low or inferior quality or value.
Sinónimosordinario, vulgar
GeneralinferiorOf low or inferior quality
Ingléscoarse, common
Cataláncomú, ordinari, vulgar
Nombresbastedad, chabacanería, grosería, ordinariez, tosquedad, vulgaridad, zafiedadThe quality of lacking taste and refinement
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Sentidonot special in any way.
Sinónimoscorriente, indistinguible, insignificante, normal
Generalordinarionot exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree
Inglésrun-of-the-mill, run-of-the-mine, mine run, unexceptional, undistinguished
Cataláncomú, corrent, indistingible, insignificant, normal, normal i corrent
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Sentidocommonly used or supplied.
Sinónimoscorriente, estándar
GeneralcomúnHaving no special distinction or quality
Inglésstandard
Cataláncomú, corrent, estàndard
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SentidoA piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area.
Sinónimosparque, zona verde
CasosCentral ParkA large park in Manhattan
Part deárea urbana, centro urbano, espacio urbanoA geographical area constituting a city or town
Específicoparque de atracciones, parque de diversiones, parque temáticoA commercially operated park with stalls and shows for amusement
Generalextensión, parcela, terrenoAn extended area of land
Ingléspark, commons, common, green
Catalánparc, zona verda
AdjetivocomúnBelonging to or participated in by a community as a whole

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