property belonging to all members of a community.
someone or something regarded as belonging to the public in general:
The personal lives of celebrities often become common property.
information that is commonly known; common knowledge:
His secret was soon common property.
noun 1. a rafter having no function other than to bear roofing.
noun, Mathematics. 1. .
noun, Prosody. 1. . noun, Prosody. 1. the usual English verse rhythm created by a succession of metrical feet each of which consists of a stressed syllable and one or two unstressed ones.
noun 1. a room or lounge for informal use by all. noun 1. (mainly Brit) a sitting room in schools, colleges, etc, for the relaxation of students or staff