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common place (s) (noun), common places (pl)
1. Ordinary or something that is dull and unchallenging; tired and clichéd: Things that are common place can be found just about every where!

Issues that are common place include things and behavior which are ordinary; for example, a job that is a boring or a mind-numbing task is common place.

A word or saying that is common place is a cliché which means that it has become meaningless and annoying. 2. Etymology: from Latin locus communis, "general topic".

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