Definition of 'ubiquitous'
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Could body modifications such as these soon become as ubiquitous as smartphones? Times, Sunday Times (2017)They are now ubiquitous, and valued by families who need extra bedrooms. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It will become ubiquitous and make the world more personal, more interactive and responsive. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Today, their use has surpassed the confines of arenas and clubs to become a ubiquitous symbol of cool. Smithsonian Insider (2017)As IT has becomes ubiquitous it has become invisible. Computing (2010)The internet is ubiquitous now and I've had to learn to deal with that. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His almost ubiquitous presence and influence is what he will truly be remembered for. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Both went on to become ubiquitous on the high street. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And still the creeping evidence of failure seems ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Stuff you once needed a lorry and weeks of planning for is now instantaneous and ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Fans of the ubiquitous chain can visit museum. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Smoked mackerel are now as ubiquitous as kippers once were. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In pop music swearing is now ubiquitous. The Sun (2016)External exams and assessments are now ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Debt is now so ubiquitous that it breeds a certain complacency. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And the ubiquitous restaurant chains that are big on style but low on quality and service will struggle too. The Sun (2008)Without an acceptable role in normal contexts, it has become ubiquitous on stage and screen. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)They were unknown in Nigeria until a year ago but are now virtually ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They were once common and ubiquitous, now they are marginalised specialists. Times, Sunday Times (2011)In this age of ubiquitous high street chains, city artisans are where our interest is always directed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Food manufacturers love the bean; it is cheap and incredibly versatile and has become ubiquitous in our food chain. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It seemed to be ubiquitous. The Origin of the Universe (1995)What seems like an impressive party trick today is going to be pretty commonplace in five years: almost like the ubiquitous conservatory. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We say They're about to become ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now look at it - it's become ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)With mobile devices now so ubiquitous and their potential for targeted advertising so huge, all the internet giants are battling to get their brand involved. Times, Sunday Times (2007)These tomes cost as much as $200 each, but the price will come down as tablet computers become ubiquitous in higher education. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The hypocrisy of the English FA is almost ubiquitous. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Once something becomes ubiquitous and I think tattoos are now, they are not such a taboo. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'ubiquitous'
British English: ubiquitous ADJECTIVE
If you describe something or someone as ubiquitous, you mean that they seem to be everywhere.
Sugar is ubiquitous in the diet.
Definition of ubiquitous from the Collins English Dictionary
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