2 noun

have something in common (with somebody)

to have the same interests, attitudes etc as someone else:
I found I had a lot in common with these people.
four women with almost nothing in common

have something in common (with something)

if objects or ideas have something in common, they share the same features:
The two games have much in common.

in common with somebody/something

in the same way as someone or something else:
In common with a lot of other countries, we're in an economic recession.
4 [countable] a large area of open land in a town or village that people walk or play sport on:
Boston Common

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