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To better explain this word, let’s take the example of a famous actor. You may see that person in movies, on TV, in magazines or newspapers, on billboards etc., or hear others talking about them. In such a case, it would seem to be impossible to avoid seeing or hearing about them, therefore they can be called ‘ubiquitous’. The term can also be used in reference to an object.
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In modern society, coffee shops have become ubiquitous. I seem to see one on every street!
From a small, two-man operation, that company has grown exponentially to the point that their logo is now ubiquitous.
The ubiquitousness of smartphones has led to drastic changes in the way people interact with each other.