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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 276 - 300 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 12 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "window", "call", and "bed".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
window

a space in a wall or vehicle that is made of glass and we use to look outside or get some fresh air

[noun]
battery

an object that turns chemical energy to electricity to give power to a device or machine

[noun]
material

a substance from which things can be made

[noun]
applause

the noise people make by clapping, and sometimes shouting, in order to express their enjoyment or approval

[noun]
evidence

anything that proves the truth or possibility of something, such as facts, objects, or signs

[noun]
call

the act of talking to someone on the phone or an attempt to reach someone through a phone

[noun]
attack

an act of violence or aggression against a place or a person

[noun]
support

sympathy and assistance that one provides for someone who is facing a difficult or unfortunate situation

[noun]
bed

furniture we use to sleep on that normally has a frame and mattress

[noun]
art

the use of creativity and imagination to express emotions and ideas by making things like paintings, sculptures, music, etc.

[noun]
population

the number of people who live in a particular city or country

[noun]
machine

any piece of equipment that is mechanical, electric, etc. and performs a particular task

[noun]
account

an arrangement according to which a bank keeps and protects someone's money that can be taken out or added to

[noun]
skill

an ability to do something well, especially after training

[noun]
training

the process during which someone learns the skills needed in order to do a particular job

[noun]
cost

an amount we pay to buy, do, or make something

[noun]
industry

the manufacture of goods using raw materials, particularly in factories

[noun]
nature

everything that exists or happens on the earth, excluding things that humans make or control

[noun]
speed

the rate or pace at which something or someone moves

[noun]
mile

a unit of measuring length equal to 1.6 kilometers or 1760 yards

[noun]
truth

the true principles or facts about something, in contrast to what is imagined or thought

[noun]
quality

the grade, level, or standard of something's excellence measured against other things

[noun]
leader

a person who leads or commands others

[noun]
culture

the general beliefs, customs, and lifestyles of a specific society

[noun]
photograph

a special kind of picture that is made using a camera in order to make memories, create art, etc.

[noun]
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