noun 1. the ability to communicate with, appeal to, or inspire ordinary people.
- Common user access
programming (CUA) The user interface standard of SAA. (1997-12-01)
- Common variable immunodeficiency
common variable immunodeficiency n. Immunodeficiency of unknown cause characterized chiefly by abnormally low levels of immunoglobulin; it is associated with increased susceptibility to pyogenic infections and with autoimmune disease.
[kom-uh n-weel] /ˈkɒm ənˌwil/ noun 1. the common welfare; the public good. 2. Archaic. the body politic; a commonwealth. /ˈkɒmənˌwiːl/ noun (archaic) 1. the good of the community 2. another name for commonwealth