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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 401 - 425 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 17 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "site", "bank", and "hole".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
site

an area of land on which something is, was, or will be constructed

[noun]
advantage

a condition that causes a person or thing to be more successful compared to others

[noun]
bank

a financial institution that keeps and lends money and provides other financial services

[noun]
hole

an empty space in the body or surface of something solid

[noun]
front

the part or surface of an object that is faced forward, seen first, or used first

[noun]
cake

a sweet food we make by mixing flour, butter or oil, sugar, eggs and other ingredients, then baking it in an oven

[noun]
connection

a relation by which things or people are associated or linked

[noun]
economy

the system in which money, goods, and services are produced or distributed within a country or region

[noun]
flavor

the specific taste that a type of food or drink has

[noun]
performance

the act of presenting something such as a play, piece of music, etc. for entertainment

[noun]
tooth

one of the things in our mouth that are hard and white and we use to chew and bite food with

[noun]
method

a specific way or process of doing something, particularly an established or systematic one

[noun]
gas

the state of a substance that is neither solid nor liquid

[noun]
floor

the bottom of a room that we walk on

[noun]
college

a university in which students can study up to a bachelor's degree after graduation from school

[noun]
trial

a legal process where a judge and jury examine evidence in court to decide if the accused is guilty

[noun]
knowledge

an understanding of or information about a subject after studying and experiencing it

[noun]
property

a thing or all the things that a person owns

[noun]
plane

a winged flying vehicle driven by one or more engines

[noun]
diet

the types of food or drink that people or animals usually consume

[noun]
document

a computer file, book, piece of paper etc. that is used as evidence or a source of information

[noun]
speech

a formal talk about a particular topic given to an audience

[noun]
reaction

an action, thought, or feeling in response to something that has happened

[noun]
network

a number of interconnected electronic devices such as computers that form a system so that data can be shared

[noun]
sale

the act of selling something

[noun]
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