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ordinary people in society, rather than people who are considered to be important or who belong to a particular group: can be followed by a singular or plural verb
ordinary people who are not rich or famous. This word usually shows that you think ordinary people are not important or intelligent
ordinary people and what interests or entertains them. This expression shows a lack of respect or approval.
an average man/woman/person
a rainbow produced when water droplets in the air reflect light from the moon rather than the sunBuzzWord Article
a way of doing business that involves recruiting large numbers of people who work for themselves using the company's platform, as used by companies such as Uber, Deliveroo and the likeadd a word
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