SAT vocabulary: quotidian

What does quotidian mean? Read below for the definition.

Quick vocab quiz for the word quotidian

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quotidian most nearly means

(A) plausible
(B) timely
(C) intangible
(D) mundane
(E) colossal

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Now let’s learn about the word quotidian.

Part of Speech of quotidian

quotidian is an ADJECTIVE.

Pronunciation quotidian

Here’s how to pronounce quotidian:

IPA: /kwoʊ.ˈtɪ.di.ən/

Glossary-style: [kwoe-TIH-dee-un]

Definition of quotidian

quotidian means: common, ordinary, trivial (Ex: quotidian duties, such as putting away one’s clothes). daily; occurring or recurring every day (Ex: quotidian dialysis; quotidian report).

Explain more about quotidian, please

If something is quotidian, then it literally occurs every day. By extension, it is also common, expected, ordinary, and completely unexciting.

Example of quotidian

Here’s the word quotidian used in a sentence:

The premise of the reality television show was that one or two rich people would have to live a conventional middle-class life and have the same quotidian responsibilities that the rest of us have.

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