Common

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most common   (más común)

The novel is the most common form of fiction book.

The most common use is the fermentation of liquor.

The most common irregular masculine noun is "day".

more common   (más común)

It is more common in women (3.8%) than men (2.5%).

It is also more common in less educated Hispanics.

Overall the disease becomes more common with age.

common name   (nombre común)

The common name is mimosa or giant sensitive plant.

Redroot Redroot is the common name of some plants:

The name Padovani is a common name in Corsica today.

common law   (ley común)

The common law is more malleable than statutory law.

Still, many states retain selected common law crimes.

Post-partition, India retained its common law system.

very common   (muy común)

Additionally, the use of nicknames is very common.

This is a very common point of view in chemistry.

One very common fast food dish is fish and chips.

common names   (nombres comunes)

English common names are given where possible.

Other common names include motacu and bacuri.

Its common names include red ant and red harvester ant.

common use

The most common use is the fermentation of liquor.

Based on the wildcard syntax in common use, e.g.

This general definition is still in common use.

less common   (menos común)

Consumption of non-vegetarian food is less common.

An alternative, less common term is "encipherment".

The following is a list of less common cousin terms.

common practice   (práctica común)

This approach became common practice later (e.g.

In Judaism, a common practice is to dress up on Purim.

Using a permanent marker pen is also a common practice.

common ancestor   (ancestro común)

The clan derives its name from its common ancestor: "Ekpeti".

It is unclear if the last common ancestor had one or two cilia.

They are probably similar to the common ancestor of the two groups.

common among

(Dirt floors were common among most early adobes.)

Deep-sea gigantism is common among these animals.

Elvis suffers from tinnitus, common among musicians.

common people

As such, it was greatly appreciated by the common people.

It was very difficult for common people to buy grains too.

Padukas are also worn by common people.

second most common   (segundo más común)

The second most common site is the cervical region (C5–C6, C6–C7).

It is also the second most common dialect of Hakka spoken in Taiwan.

Most of the population () speaks (%), with being second most common (%) and being third (%).

common form

The novel is the most common form of fiction book.

Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis.

common sense   (sentido común)

Character, reason, common sense, were swept away."

This is common sense, not some political idea."

James explained that his theory went against common sense.

common type

It is the most common type of pre-cancer in women.

This is the most common type of vaginal cancer.

They are the most common type of organic acid.

common cause   (causa común)

They should be educated and unite for a common cause.

The use of a topical steroid is the most common cause.

The most common cause of expressive aphasia is stroke.

became common

This approach became common practice later (e.g.

They became common in Austria, also by Haydns settings.

This lasted only until magnetic compasses became common.

share a common   (compartir un común)

All or some stems in a cluster may share a common root.

The overnighters share a common sleeping area with double-deck beds.

They may share a common ancestry with the Pekingese and Japanese Chin.

common species

A common species, it fruits in summer and autumn.

This common species occurs in the United States.

This is a common species over much of its wide range.

quite common   (bastante común)

Fog is quite common from late December to late January.

Pork is quite common; beef and chicken are also popular.

In sports, booing by fans is quite common.

most common type   (tipo más común)

It is the most common type of pre-cancer in women.

This is the most common type of vaginal cancer.

They are the most common type of organic acid.

not common

Most roofs are pitched; flat roofs are not common.

Usage of the second or middle name is not common.

Due to this shape walking is not common in the city.

common schools

He attended the common schools and Athens Academy.

He attended the common schools and Lenox Academy.

He attended the common schools and Geneva Lyceum.

common feature   (característica común)

Games are also a common feature of strip clubs.

It is a common feature on steel-string acoustic guitars.

Multitasking is a common feature of computer operating systems.

names in common

Other names in common use include: 3β-HSD is potently inhibited by azastene, cyanoketone, epostane, and trilostane.

Also, the number of sales of Smith's map appears to have topped those of Greenough's map (196 copies sold), although neither map sold well and there are only 15 names in common between Smith's subscribers' list and the list of those who bought the Geological Society's map.

common use include

Other names in common use include: 3β-HSD is potently inhibited by azastene, cyanoketone, epostane, and trilostane.

The control characters in ASCII still in common use include: Control characters may be described as doing something when the user inputs them, such as code 3 (End-of-Text character, ETX, codice_32) to interrupt the running process, or code 4 (End of transmission, EOT, codice_33), used to end text input or to exit a Unix shell.

common theme

Satyrs were another common theme on their coinage.

Each is a series of gag strips with a common theme.

Fictional cities would be a common theme of DC.

fairly common   (bastante común)

It is a fairly common condition, and often affects elderly people.

The St Kilda wren is a fairly common breeding resident on St Kilda.

This species is endemic to the Chatham Islands and is fairly common.

most common form   (forma más común)

The novel is the most common form of fiction book.

Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes.

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis.

other common   (otro común)

The other common oxide is carbon monoxide (CO).

Fauna: monkeys and other common mammals can be spotted.

The other common type of furling system is for the mainsail.

common time

The symbol is used to denote common time (4/4).

The most common time of onset is in a person's 20s and 30s.

The pop/rock recording is an up-tempo song set in common time.

relatively common   (relativamente comun)

Stub thumbs are also relatively common in Japan.

Fractions are relatively common, especially .

It is a relatively common rockfish of the Pacific coast.

common usage   (uso común)

Thereafter this became the common usage in India.

In common usage, "chaos" means "a state of disorder".

Even more important, as far as common usage goes, Dr.

common language

The common language used in the village is Nepali.

Bambara serves as the area's most common language.

Filipino is also a common language across the island.

common ground   (terreno común)

This is an example of "common ground" advocacy.

Agee was an early advocate of establishing a common ground.

We shall never find any common ground.

common method   (método común)

A common method is by cutting, which works as follows.

This was a common method of settling ransoms.

The most common method is to modify general relativity.

common throughout

and is widespread and common throughout its range.

Rubus chamaemorus are common throughout the mires.

It is common throughout Great Britain and Ireland.

attended the common

He attended the common schools and Athens Academy.

He attended the common schools and Lenox Academy.

He attended the common schools and Geneva Lyceum.

common to all

Biml has a syntax that’s common to all XML languages.

This is a problem common to all developing countries."

Diana was an ancient goddess common to all Latin tribes.

common year

were to be leap years) except that year 4000 (the last year of ten 400-year periods) should be a common year instead of a leap year.

In countries that start their week on a Sunday, it occurs in a common year starting on Thursday, with the next occurrence in 2026, and previous occurrences in 1987, 1998, 2009 and 2015.

Calcite precipitation is common year round at FGL, and this leads to the carbonate crust that surrounds most of the lake, and covers branches and other material that falls below the surface.

become common   (volverse común)

Posters advertising events have become common.

had become common at every level of society.

Gliding flights of over have become common.

common way

A common way to achieve this is 2-D Block Mapping.

Musical scores are the most common way to encode music.

The most common way to gain land was to purchase the land.

common year starting

In countries that start their week on a Sunday, it occurs in a common year starting on Thursday, with the next occurrence in 2026, and previous occurrences in 1987, 1998, 2009 and 2015.

In countries that start their week on a Monday, it occurs as part of a common year starting on Friday, in which February 1st is a Monday and the 28th is a Sunday; this occurred in 1965, 1971, 1982, 1993, 1999 and 2010, and will occur again in 2021.

common land   (tierra comun)

This upset many local people, who relied on the common land.

The site is common land (open access).

In 1801, of common land were enclosed under the Inclosure Acts.

common during

Hot weather is common during summers in Denver.

Forest fires are common during the dry season.

However, it is most common during the spring.

increasingly common

Internet cafes are also becoming increasingly common.

Unsewn binding, is now increasingly common.

Water filtration devices are becoming increasingly common in households.

many common

Caesium vapour is used in many common magnetometers.

It shares many common mechanical components with the Le Sabre.

The Al-Fustat Hospital shared many common features with modern hospitals.

common types

The most common types are: Water stop

One of the most common types of ECM is radar jamming or spoofing.

Two common types of employee crime exist: embezzlement and wage theft.

common stock   (acciones comunes)

In December 1998 he held 60 percent of Emerson's common stock.

In 1972 Family Dollar's common stock began trading on the AMEX.

Often, shares with one vote each are referred to as common stock.

much in common

The magazine and Robertson's books share much in common.

These architectures seem to have much in common with Leon3.

These leaders had much in common.

common man

The show is a satirical take on the common man's issues.

He promises what benefits the common man but does what benefits him.

Balraj, a common man, lives happily with his two brothers Ajay and Uday.

common good

Everyone was expected to contribute to the common good.

Social distinctions can be founded only on the common good.

It states that all courts are to be “united” for the common good.

most common cause   (causa más común)

The use of a topical steroid is the most common cause.

The most common cause of expressive aphasia is stroke.

Bacterial infection is the most common cause.

particularly common   (particularmente común)

It is particularly common in French and Italian recipes.

Pork is particularly common as an ingredient in sausages.

It is particularly common in the Midwest.

common interest

Both organisations cooperate on issues of common interest.

Fiji has championed causes of common interest to Pacific Island countries.

Barsalou and Bouvard shared a common interest in medicine and herbal remedies.

much more common

In Europe, sprung slats are much more common.

animals, heights) are much more common than others (e.g.

Transits on Mercury are much more common.

common with other   (común con otros)

This is in common with other types of surface waves.

In 1927, as was common with other Irish painters of the time, Reid went to Paris.

The gauge selected for the line was , in common with other Saxon narrow gauge railways.

common example

Heavy construction vehicles are a common example.

A common example of the colon classification is:

A common example is toluenesulfonic acid (tosylic acid).

became more common

Divorce, while never fully accepted, became more common.

Panchromatic film stock became more common.

In the 1990s, "open skies" agreements became more common.

common surname   (apellido común)

In Croatia, Novak is the sixth most common surname.

It is the most common surname in the Czech Republic.

Ding is the 46th most common surname in China.

common misconception   (Malentendido común)

A common misconception is that fretwork must be done with a fretsaw.

The most common misconception was that Jenny Hanivers were basilisks.

The belief that the food absorbs the alcohol is a common misconception.

still common   (sigue siendo común)

It is still common in Finland Swedish.

Husband's Full Name" is still common.

Deaths were still common, and there were many factors at play to blame.

common features

All three of these stories share common features.

There are some common features that can be found throughout Cape Verde.

The Al-Fustat Hospital shared many common features with modern hospitals.

more in common

Yiqiao starts to realize she has more in common with Yanzu.

His appearance has more in common with the Greek god Poseidon.

The character of Carter, however, has more in common with Arnold's earlier creation, Phra.

common occurrence   (ocurrencia común)

Loud music and parties were becoming a common occurrence.

Strong winds are a common occurrence.

This is particularly a common occurrence in the Connemara breed.

common sight   (vista común)

Herons, kingfishers and dippers are now a common sight.

Peacocks are also a very common sight here.

Rice, jute, mustard and sugarcane plantations are a common sight.

common goal

Three women team up with the common goal of marrying millionaires.

They discover they have been brought together by their common goal.

The components interact with one another in order to achieve a common goal.

next most common   (siguiente más común)

The next most common country of birth was England at 9.6%.

The next most common country of birth was England at 5.9%.

The next most common country of birth was England at 5.3%.

shared a common

They also shared a common currency until 1972.

Frank Abbott shared a common driveway with the Scarano family.

The literate elite therefore shared a common culture and set of values.

especially common

Woodcarvings and sculptures are especially common.

They are especially common in the Nordic countries.

It is especially common to see Rattlesnakes in the area.

so common

The "-fels" ending was so common, "e.g."

Olives were so common that they were used as a measure ("zayit").

Hinterland displays a not so common example of a bilingual production.

common ownership

They were built by two separate companies which had common ownership.

This transaction also put WNIO back in common ownership with "both" WANR and WLOA (the former WPAO).

In addition, the FCC permits common ownership of three television stations if there are low-powered stations that are involved.

common names include

Other common names include motacu and bacuri.

Its common names include red ant and red harvester ant.

Other common names include swamp fern and mangrove fern.

common knowledge

Such matters are not common knowledge.

The attribution to François Mansart was common knowledge among contemporaries.

Esposito's connections with known American Mafia members was common knowledge.

share common   (compartir en común)

All three of these stories share common features.

They share common traits in body decoration and material culture.

The following games share common equipment such as tables and balls.

little in common   (poco en común)

The members of the band had little in common.

"This was strange, because we really had very little in common.

They have very little in common but are intensely attracted to each other.

common room   (sala común)

This was a common room, warmed by flues beneath the floor.

Above the common room was the dormitory.

Facilities provided include a common room, a study room, etc.

common origin

It has therefore a common origin with certain items of academic dress.

Unlike other Ijaw tribes, the Bassan do not have a cultural tradition of common origin.

The Dolfin family was allied with the Gradenigo, with whom they shared a common origin.

common belief   (creencia comun)

There is a common belief that number of module ranks equals number of sides.

There is also a great amount of shared mythology and a common belief in Mana.

Contrary to common belief, he is not related to fellow director King Vidor (1894–1982).

common interests

Naturally, phenomenology and neuroscience find a convergence of common interests.

The two shared common interests in music and Eastern mysticist culture and quickly became friends.

Guilds arose beginning in the High Middle Ages as craftsmen united to protect their common interests.

became a common

became a common saying following Apollo 11.

At Nellis, the passenger jets sitting at the flight line became a common sight.

"Hiri Motu" became a common language for a police force known as "Police Motu".

common in many

It is a basic type of chart common in many fields.

This has been common in many working-class families.

Circumbinary planets are common in many science fiction stories:

common enemy

Ganga and Ranbir jointly start a mission against their common enemy Jaggu.

With these revelations, Descole forms an alliance with Layton to fight the common enemy.

Rallying support against a common enemy rather than gaining voters through ideas or policy.

become more common   (hacerse más común)

This type of product placement has since become more common.

Typically, bacteria other than "Lactobacilli" become more common.

Skin abscesses are common and have become more common in recent years.

common term   (termino común)

An alternative, less common term is "encipherment".

It is a common term in Turkish and Mongol mythologies.

The common term to describe this is "dice have no memory".

once common

This practice was once common in Ireland, Wales, and Scotland.

Gasholders, though once common, have become rare in Australia.

While once common, it is now rare.

common forms

Lattice tower structures have two common forms.

The most common forms are trapping, calling, and hound hunting.

There are two common forms of filtering: topic-based and content-based.

common causes

Mutations of these genes are common causes of cancers.

However, there are some common causes.

The two most common causes for bear attack are surprise and curiosity.

common problem

This is a very common problem and can occur at any age.

Countertransference is a common problem in clinical settings.

A common problem is an unexplained increase in the PT and/or PTT.

most common types   (tipos más comunes)

The most common types are: Water stop

One of the most common types of ECM is radar jamming or spoofing.

The most common types of these agents are antipsychotics and anti-nausea agents.

no common

Because and contain no common elements, .

The US bands have no common style.

There would be no common cause between Social Democrats and Communists.

common source

The common emitter (or common source, common cathode, etc.)

Undercooked seafood is a common source.

A common source of data for archaeoastronomy is the study of alignments.

common to see

It is especially common to see Rattlesnakes in the area.

It was also common to see charges of sexual misconduct and corruption.

Now, it is much more common to see children participate in and view a punta dance.

another common   (otro común)

Satyrs were another common theme on their coinage.

Magic is another common RPG element in the series.

Interpersonal relationships are another common topic.

common responses   (respuestas comunes)

The most common responses for religion were No Religion 33.9% and Catholic 18.0%.

The most common responses for religion were Catholic 31.1% and No Religion 24.4%.

The most common responses for religion were Catholic 26.9%, No Religion 20.4% and Islam 15.9%.

most common responses   (respuestas más comunes)

The most common responses for religion were No Religion 33.9% and Catholic 18.0%.

The most common responses for religion were Catholic 31.1% and No Religion 24.4%.

The most common responses for religion were Catholic 26.9%, No Religion 20.4% and Islam 15.9%.

common themes

Less common themes include moral instruction, and descriptions of nature.

Two sample hagiographies illustrate some common themes in the "Liexian Zhuan".

Nevertheless, some common themes are readily apparent throughout his body of work.

several common

For metals with the MO formula there are several common structures.

Here is one of several common notations for the derivative (see below).

The tribe contains herbs and shrubs, with several common characteristics.

most common method   (método más común)

The most common method is to modify general relativity.

The most common method for blob detection is convolution.

The most common method was to cap (bury) the contaminants in situ.