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Frequent OccurrencePlay
Use 'commonplace' to describe something you see or experience regularly in everyday life. SlideEating sushi has become commonplace in many countries outside Japan.
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Neutral TonePlay
'Commonplace' is neutral and doesn't imply whether the frequent occurrence is good or bad. SlideFinding a smartphone in every hand is commonplace now.
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Contemporary UsagesPlay
Use 'commonplace' for modern contexts to show how times have changed. SlideElectric cars are becoming more commonplace on the roads.