Definition of 'prevalent'
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wife had phoned in to say her husband was in bed with the prevalent summer flu. WIDOW'S END (2001)Soft, partially repressed giggles from the audience were prevalent as well. DEATH OF A NYMPH (2001)
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Translations for 'prevalent'
British English: prevalent ADJECTIVE
A condition, practice, or belief that is prevalent is common.
This condition is more prevalent in women than in men.
Definition of prevalent from the Collins English Dictionary
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