common ground

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Origin of common ground

First recorded in 1925–30
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Related Words for common ground

communion, community, mutuality

British Dictionary definitions for common ground

common ground

noun
  1. an agreed basis, accepted by both or all parties, for identifying issues in an argument
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Idioms and Phrases with common ground

common ground

Shared beliefs or interests, a foundation for mutual understanding. For example, The European Union is struggling to find common ground for establishing a single currency. [1920s]

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