be prevalent

See: prevail
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"I Know it's going to be completely different to worKing in the UK and that sad things will be prevalent but I'm looKing forward to it."
The highly contagious canine parvovirus was said to be prevalent in Wepre Park and other areas of Connah's Quay, with vets reporting a massive increase in the number of cases.
The argument that the same epidemiologic circumstances that exist in the United States have to be prevalent in Israel for the disease to be present is not compelling.