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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 451 - 475 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 19 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "milk", "virus", and "factor".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
freedom

the right to act, say, or think as one desires without being stopped, controlled, or restricted

[noun]
income

the money that is regularly earned from a job or through an investment

[noun]
threat

someone or something that is possible to cause danger, trouble, or harm

[noun]
soul

the spiritual part of a person that is believed to be the essence of life in them

[noun]
trick

something that is done to deceive someone else

[noun]
investment

the act or process of putting money into something to gain profit

[noun]
factor

one of the things that affects something or contributes to it

[noun]
supply

the provided or available amount of something

[noun]
location

the geographic position of someone or something

[noun]
strength

the quality or state of being physically or mentally strong

[noun]
milk

the white liquid we get from cows, sheep, or goats that we drink and use for making cheese, butter, etc.

[noun]
virus

a microscopic agent that causes disease in people, animals, and plants

[noun]
suit

a jacket with a pair of pants or a skirt that are made from the same cloth and should be worn together

[noun]
vehicle

a large object with an engine, such as a car or truck, used for transporting people or goods

[noun]
wave

a raised body of water that moves along the surface of a sea, river, lake, etc.

[noun]
restaurant

a place where we pay to sit and eat a meal

[noun]
opinion

your feelings or thoughts about a particular subject, rather than a fact

[noun]
statement

something that is expressed through things one says or writes

[noun]
region

a large area of land or of the world with specific characteristics, which is usually borderless

[noun]
metal

a usually solid and hard substance that heat and electricity can move through, such as gold, iron, etc.

[noun]
topic

a matter that is dealt with in a conversation, text, or study

[noun]
king

the male ruler of a territorial unit that has a royal family

[noun]
queen

the female ruler of a territorial unit that has a royal family

[noun]
salt

a natural, white substance, obtained from mines and also found in seawater that is added to the food to make it taste better or to preserve it

[noun]
report

a written or oral description of something that includes pieces of information that someone needs to know

[noun]
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