commons / (ˈkɒmənz) /


commons 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. people not of noble birth viewed as forming a political order
  2. the lower classes as contrasted to the ruling classes of society; the commonalty
  3. British a building or hall for dining, recreation, etc, usually attached to a college
  4. British food or rations

commons 近义词

n. 名词 noun

dining hall

commons 的近义词 2


  1. The women standing on the green outside the House of Commons gave little impression of being suppressed.
  2. Earlier this month, the House of Commons voted to approve an anti-ISIS air combat role for Canada.
  3. British prime ministers, of course, are elected based on which party wins the most seats in the House of Commons.
  4. Take a look at this map of House of Commons constituencies in the UK.
  5. That resistance, so far, has forced the British prime minister to limit what he will call for in the Commons.
  6. Spencer Perceval, prime minister of Great Britain, shot in the lobby of the house of commons.
  7. Recall his threat when coughed down on the occasion of his maiden speech in the House of Commons.
  8. An appeal has been made by them from the House of Commons to you, and it is for the country to decide the question at issue.
  9. British house of commons voted Dr. Jenner 10,000 for his discovery of the vaccine inoculation.
  10. See what a long list the wayside commons make from London to Portsmouth.