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Good question. The presence of a common ion will reduce the solubility of an ionic salt that includes the same ion. This is where Le Chatelier's principal comes in, which you correctly mentioned. For example, CaCO3 is less soluble in a solution full of CO32- than in a solution of pure water.
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