Traducción de commoner en español:


plebeyo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkɑmənər/ /ˈkɒmənə/

Ver definición en español de plebeyo


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    plebeyo masculino
    plebeya femenino
    • A truly democratic medium, the radio is accessible to everybody, and as a result the famous and infamous, the royalty and commoners, all tune in and talk to each other.
    • Wildly popular in his day, he was loved by royalty and commoners alike.
    • After all, the marriage of royalty to commoners is not an entirely new concept.
    • Diana, on the other hand, was a commoner (albeit an aristocrat) who worked in a common job when her engagement to Prince Charles was announced.
    • Not that we would have, anyway - when an aristocrat orders, the commoners obey.
    • During this time Louis XIV was in power and royalty lived in ridiculous comforts while French commoners starved.
    • The first professional banker was only appointed in 1991 and up until 1981 only four governors had been commoners - the other 16 to that date had been aristocrats.
    • Damion and I, however, were only peasants, commoners seeking a means of escape from the terrors of poverty.
    • This is a very significant event because it is now not only aristocracy getting involved but also the commoners themselves.
    • They have opportunities beyond opportunities and temptation that us commoners couldn't imagine.
    • But commoners realize all too well that community structures and social relationships are vitally important in creating wealth, not to mention a humane society.
    • Then if you spent a day driving up and down and all across the Twin Cities looking for the salts they use, you'd find that they're available for purchase by commoners like us.
    • The traditional Balinese social pattern linking rulers and citizens was strongly adhered to by the palace, and the relationship between the royals and commoners remains close and harmonious.
    • To give it a completely realistic touch, there is even the bench at the edge of the spring and pool, a vantage photographic point that Presidents and commoners alike choose, to record their visit.
    • The emperors feared that extending the use of gold might enable commoners to accumulate individual wealth - and build a power base that might eventually challenge the throne.
    • At the same time I was curious about these mysterious women who were socially unacceptable, yet evoking interest of the commoners for different reasons.
    • Indeed, just a glance at Europe reveals that in many places not only monarchs, clergy, and nobles but also commoners had obtained land and a lifestyle to go with it.
    • The clerks, who prepared legal documents, registered deeds, and issued licences, were commoners who did not own property, hold degrees, or belong to the elite gentry families.
    • Many nobles viewed him as a commoner and only royal by marriage.
    • Only true nobles were taught flute, it was an upper class instrument and forbidden to commoners.