commonplace collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkɒmənˌpleɪs/

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not unusual


Adverbs frequently used with commonplace
very: too, veryLibrary web pages are now very commonplace.rather: fairly, quite, rather, relativelyIt is now quite commonplace for people to work from home.becoming more commonplace: increasinglyThis assumption is now increasingly commonplace in today’s commercial arena.
Nouns frequently used with commonplace
assumption, featuer, observation, occurrence, practiceSuch practices were commonplace within the hotel and finance sectors.
 
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