Meaning of ubiquity in English:


Pronunciation /juːˈbɪkwɪti/

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  • The fact of appearing everywhere or of being very common.

    ‘the ubiquity of mobile phones means you don't really need a watch’
    • ‘the growing ubiquity of advertising’
    • ‘Her ubiquity here almost makes her whole schtick believable.’
    • ‘The ubiquity of Shakespeare in popular culture hardly needs demonstration.’
    • ‘The title symbolically equips the with explosive power and a procreative, insectlike ubiquity.’
    • ‘Photography's variety and self-effacing ubiquity have also made it an elusive historical entity, defying traditional interpretative or narrative structures.’
    • ‘Despite his ubiquity, Levine's musical personality remains, for some of us at least, just as mysterious as his private nature.’


Late 16th century (denoting the omnipresence of Christ): from modern Latin ubiquitas, from Latin ubique ‘everywhere’, from ubi ‘where’.