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- n. A piece of land or a room that is designed for the use of multiple visitors to or inhabitants of a place.
- n. In a condominium or other cooperative residential facility, an area owned by the organization that oversees the facility, but is not owned by any specific resident.
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The common area was filling up with special beds and oxy‑cocoons, but there was still space around the fountain.
We found the common area of the Colorado College International House deserted, except for a skinny, shirtless guy sprawled on the couch.
The tables were bolted to the floor on the common area of the unit, which was ringed by two tiers of cells, fifteen above and fifteen below; most of the bottom tier was double-celled for low-seniority inmates.
Alice had counted the tiles in the unit’s common area several hundred times.