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Detailed Translations for common from English to Spanish

common:

common adj

  1. common (communal; joint)
  2. common (current; acceptable)
  3. common (usual; ordinary; customary; )
  4. common (plain; ordinary; ordinarily)
  5. common (average; mediocre)

common [the ~] noun

  1. the common
    la generalidad

Translation Matrix for common:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
corriente air lock; draft; inflow; influx
cotidiano daily
general commanding officer; general
generalidad common commonness; usualness
llano level
malo nasty character
vil robber; thief
- commons; green; park
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- coarse; mutual; plebeian; rough-cut; uncouth; unwashed; usual; vernacular; vulgar
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
de moda fashionable
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- cheap; common land; inexpensive; joint
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
a la moda acceptable; common; current bright; dapper; fashionable; mondain; nimble; sophisticated; sprightly; spry; trendy; worldly; worldly minded
aceptado acceptable; common; current accepted
acostumbrado acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual mean; pedestrian; used to; vile
así como así acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual mean; pedestrian; quite common; vile
como siempre acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual mean; pedestrian; quite common; used to; vile
completamente normal common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual quite common
comunal common; communal; joint communal
común acceptable; average; common; commonly; communal; current; customary; habitual; joint; mediocre; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual mean; pedestrian; quite common; shared; sympathized; vile
común y corriente common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual quite common
comúnmente acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual as a rule; generally; mean; pedestrian; usually; vile
corriente acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual contemporary; current; futile; insignificant; mean; meaningless; modern; new; normal; nowadays; of today; pedestrian; present; present-day; running; trifling; trivial; unimportant; unremarkable; up to date; vile
cotidiano average; common; mediocre
de moda acceptable; common; current bright; dapper; fashionable; in demand; in fashion; in request; in vogue; mondain; nimble; popular; sophisticated; sought-after; sprightly; spry; trendy; worldly; worldly minded
de ordinario common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual usually
en circulación acceptable; common; current
especial nada common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain
false common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual
fácil common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain as a child; easily; easy; effortless; free; freely; light; not dark; not difficult; not hard; simple; unaffected; uncomplicated
general common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual mean; pedestrian; vile
generalmente common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual as a rule; generally; more often than not; mostly; often; quite common; usually
habitual acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual mean; normal; pedestrian; quite common; vile
habitualmente common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual as a rule; frequently; generally; many a time; often; quite common; regularly; systematically; usually
llano common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain light; lying low; unaffected
malo common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual angry; bad; badly; banal; base; behind one's back; below the belt; blackguardly; bogus; coarse; corrupt; critical; cunning; degenerate; demonic; depraved; devilish; diabolic; diseased; dizy; enraged; evil-minded; faked; false; falsely; feigned; fictitious; foul; grave; gross; ill; impolite; indecent; irate; jarring; livid; low; malicious; mean; miserable; naseaus; nasty; not genuine; offensive; pedestrian; perverted; putrefied; ribald; roguish; rotten; satanic; scoundrelly; scurvy; secretly; seething; serious; shabby; sham; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; stingy; suffering from a disease; trite; trivial; uncivil; underhand; unfriendly; unkind; unmannerly; unpleasant; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vicious; vile; villainous; vulgar; weak; with evil intention; worrying; wretched
mediocre average; common; mediocre average; feeble; meager; meagre; mediocre; medium; middling; moderate; not bad; not very good; poor; puny; skinny; so-so; thin
modesto common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain austere; considerate; discreet; feeble; frugal; humble; mediocre; modest; not bad; not very good; of simple origin; poor; scanty; simple; sober; unaffected; unassuming; unpretentious
mundano acceptable; common; current fashionable; mondain; mondaine; mundane; sophisticated; worldly; worldly-wise
normal common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual at set times; frequent; frequently; normal; quite common; regular; regularly
normalmente acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual generally speaking; mean; pedestrian; quite common; used to; usually; vile
ordinario acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual at set times; base; blackguardly; frequent; frequently; mean; nasty; normal; pedestrian; quite common; regular; regularly; roguish; scoundrelly; used to; vile; villainous
realmente common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain absolute; actual; actually; as a matter of fact; certainly; certainly yes; definitely; downright; fair; genuine; honest; in fact; in truth; indeed; it's true; mean; pedestrian; positively; real; really; straight; to be sure; true; truly; used to; verily; vile
ruin common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual abusive; bad; blackguardly; coarse; crass; mean; pedestrian; roguish; scoundrelly; vile; villainous
simple common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain easily; easy; effortless; empty-headed; finite; humble; limited; modest; naive; naïve; not difficult; not hard; of simple origin; simple; superannuated; unaffected; uncomplicated; wide-eyed
simplemente common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain bluntly; briefly; clean; in a word; in brief; in short; just; mean; pedestrian; quite common; readily; simply; summarily; thoughtlessly; vile; without detours
sin más common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual just like that; mean; pedestrian; quite common; right away; vile; without any warning
usual acceptable; common; commonly; current; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; plain; quite common; usual mean; normal; pedestrian; quite common; used to; vile
vendible acceptable; common; current marketable; negotiable; saleable; vendible
vil common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual abominable; amoral; bad; bald; base; bogus; caddish; criminal; cunning; detestable; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; greasy; icy; illegal; immoral; in gutter; indecent; lack of moral; malicious; mean; miserable; nasty; nefarious; not genuine; obscene; pedestrian; shabby; sham; sleek; slippery; slithery; smooth; smoothly; stingy; vile; villainous; wicked
vilmente common; commonly; customary; habitual; ordinarily; ordinary; quite common; usual base; bogus; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; mean; nasty; not genuine; pedestrian; sham; stingy; vile; villainous
vulgar common; ordinarily; ordinary; plain abusive; banal; below the belt; coarse; crass; crude; gross; mean; nasty; racial; rotten; shabby; sheet; sordid; trite; trivial; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vulgar

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Related Definitions for "common":

  1. having no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual1
    • the common man1
    • a common sailor1
    • the common cold1
    • a common nuisance1
    • followed common procedure1
    • it is common knowledge that she lives alone1
    • the common housefly1
    • a common brand of soap1
  2. belonging to or participated in by a community as a whole; public1
    • for the common good1
    • common lands are set aside for use by all members of a community1
  3. commonly encountered1
    • a common (or familiar) complaint1
  4. being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language1
    • common parlance1
  5. of or associated with the great masses of people1
    • the common people in those days suffered greatly1
    • behavior that branded him as common1
  6. to be expected; standard1
    • common decency1
  7. lacking refinement or cultivation or taste1
    • behavior that branded him as common1
  8. common to or shared by two or more parties1
    • a common friend1
  9. of low or inferior quality or value1
    • produced...the common cloths used by the poorer population1
  10. a piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area1

Wiktionary Translations for common:

common
adjective
  1. ordinary
  2. found in large numbers or in a large quantity
  3. usual
  4. mutual

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
common vulgar; ordinario ordinairgewoon, alledaags, normaal
common colectivo; común gemeenschappelijk — gerelateerd aan meer dan een entiteit
common corriente gangbaar — wat gebruikelijk is
common general; en general allgemein — überall
common común gemeinursprünglich: eine Eigenschaft, die Mehrere gemeinsam hatten, habend
common común gemeinherablassend: einfach
common común gemeinsam — mehreren Personen oder Sachen zugleich eigen
common común gewöhnlich — innerhalb der Norm befindlich
common corriente gängig — sehr gebräuchlich; weit verbreitet
common repetido; frecuente häufig — vielfach vorkommend, viele Male, immer wieder auftretend
common corriente; común landläufig — weit verbreitet, üblich
common dula Allmendehistorisch: das von allen oder einzelnen Berechtigten der Dorfgemeinschaft privat genutzte Gemeindegut, das nicht zur Deckung der Gemeindeausgaben bewirtschaften wird
common común commun — Qui sert, qui peut servir à tout le monde ou seulement à plusieurs personnes.
common corriente; común courant — Commun, ordinaire
common público public — Qui appartient au peuple dans son entier
common puro; mero pur — Qui est sans mélange.
common vulgar vulgaire — Qui est commun

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