Translation for 'commonness' from English to Russian
NOUN   commonness | -
SYNO coarseness | commonality | commonness | ...
обыденность {ж}commonness [ordinariness]
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Translation for 'commonness' from English to Russian

commonness [ordinariness]
обыденность {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • The tale of the worm may be inspired by the longships of marauding Vikings, who carved the heads of Worms ("Ormr") on the bow, however this does not take into account the commonness of dragons in Germanic folklore including that of (see the Laidly and Lambton Worms as well as the Worm of Linton).
  • The most notable characteristic in a scale-free network is the relative commonness of vertices with a degree that greatly exceeds the average.
  • The nominate subspecies of the golden tanager is listed as being a species of least concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on the IUCN Red List because of its large range, relative commonness, and lack of a sufficiently rapid decline in population.
  • Despite its wide distribution and commonness, little is known about the biology and actual occurrence of the species.
  • Experts such as Richard Bauckham, have asserted the commonness of archaeological inscriptions bearing the name "Jesus".

  • Because of their frequency and commonness, these words are seldom paid attention to or consciously observed.
  • The commonness and centrality of wine in daily life in biblical times is apparent from its many positive and negative metaphorical uses throughout the Bible.
  • By contrast the love between other family members are predicated upon the commonness the two parties share.
  • Uzawa was a senior fellow at the social, commonness, and capital research center of Doshisha University.
  • Because of its relative commonness and the cost of treatments, more money is spent on treating RRP than on any other benign airway tumor.

  • Due to the ushabti's commonness through all Egyptian time periods, and world museums' desire to represent ancient Egyptian art objects, the ushabti is one of the most commonly represented objects in Egyptology displays.
  • The species has been assessed as least-concern by the IUCN due to its large range, and relative commonness.
  • Countermarketing has also changed, in both message and commonness, over the decades, often in response to pro-nicotine marketing.
  • The black drongo is listed as least concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on the IUCN Red List, due to its large range and relative commonness.
  • Linking neurology and general practice, Ridsdale and colleagues described the commonness of patients presenting with headache in general practice, why they were referred to neurologists, whether this might be reduced by GP direct access to MRI, and the potential contribution of GPs with Special Interest and CBT.

  • He concluded that there was a commonness of culture between the Indus Valley civilisation and the later megalithic period.
  • It is noteworthy that he refuses to set aside the vividness – and commonness – of mental images, both visual and aural, standing here in direct opposition to Daniel Dennett, who has difficulty in crediting the experience in others.
  • is commonly used in the names of ethnic Chinese males in the region; the term "Ah Beng" alludes to their commonness.
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