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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmundanemun‧dane /mʌnˈdeɪn/ ●○○ adjective  1 ORDINARYordinary and not interesting or exciting syn boring Initially, the work was pretty mundane. The mundane task of setting the table can be fun on holidays.see thesaurus at boring2 literaryRRRELIGION concerned with ordinary daily life rather than religious matters syn worldly
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mundaneMost of the law cases he deals with are pretty mundane.As narrow and mundane as the questions may sound, they ultimately form the basis for modern society.My initial job was pretty mundane, but later I was given more responsibility.Shepard ranges from monumental issues to mundane daily operations.The play is about the mundane existence of factory workers.Catherine required the daily challenge of mundane improvisation.The mundane task of setting the table can be fun at holidays.Even such mundane tasks as eating or drinking have found a place in some ballets.He seemed unable to distinguish the exceptional from the mundane, the historic from the pedestrian.Shrugging off her bag, she forced her mind on to more mundane things.Honeysett's cartoons reflect the mundane uses that an ill-educated public might put new technology to.
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