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1. ubiqu- (谐音“游遍客”) => ubiquitous, ubiquity.
- ubiquitous:  Latin ubīque meant ‘everywhere’ (it was formed from ubī ‘where’ and a generalizing particle -que). From it was derived the modern Latin noun ubīquitās ‘quality of being everywhere’. This was adopted into English as ubiquity , which later formed the basis of ubiquitous.
- ubiquitous (adj.)
- "being, existing, or turning up everywhere," 1800, from ubiquity + -ous. The earlier word was ubiquitary (c. 1600), from Modern Latin ubiquitarius, from ubique (see ubiquity). Related: Ubiquitously; ubiquitousness.
- 1. She is one of the wealthiest, most ubiquitous media personalities around.
- 2. the ubiquitous bicycles of university towns
- 3. We were plagued by the ubiquitous mosquito.
- 4. The struggle between opposites is ubiquitous.
- 5. It seemed difficult for the celebrity couple to get rid of the ubiquitous paparazzi.
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