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commonplace /ˈkɑːmənˌpleɪs/  

  • adjective
    [more ~; most ~] :happening or appearing in many places and not unusual :very common or ordinary
    Drug use has become commonplace at rock concerts.
    He photographed commonplace objects like lamps and bowls.
    Much of her writing was commonplace [=unoriginalunremarkableand boring.
    plural -places
    [count] formal
    an idea, expression, remark, etc., that is not new or interesting
    It is a commonplace that we only use a small part of our brain's capacity.
    something that happens or appears in many places and is not unusual