ubiquitous

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From Latin ubique (everywhere), from ubi (where).

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ubiquitous (not comparable)

  1. Being everywhere at once: omnipresent.
    To Christians, Hindus, Jews, and Muslims, God is ubiquitous.
    Synonym: omnipresent
  2. Appearing to be everywhere at once; being or seeming to be in more than one location at the same time.
    Synonym: ever-present
  3. Widespread; very prevalent.
    Synonyms: common, pervasive

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