[ UK /nˈɒmɪnəl/ ]
[ US /ˈnɑmənəɫ/ ]
[ US /ˈnɑmənəɫ/ ]
named; bearing the name of a specific person
nominative shares of stock
relating to or constituting or bearing or giving a name
the Russian system of nominal brevity
taxable males as revealed by the nominal rolls
a nominal lists of priests
existing in name only
the nominal (or titular) head of his party
insignificantly small; a matter of form only (`tokenish' is informal)
the fee was nominal
a token gesture of resistance
a tokenish gesture
of, relating to, or characteristic of an amount that is not adjusted for inflation
nominal interest rates
the nominal GDP
pertaining to a noun or to a word group that functions as a noun
- a phrase that can function as the subject or object of a verb
How To Use nominal In A Sentence
- Received telemetry data confirmed the initial phases of the mission to be nominal.
- Thin capitalisation - offshore jurisdictions tend not to impose \ "thin capitalisation\" rules on companies (except for regulated entities such as banks and insurance companies), allowing them to be formed with a purely nominal equity investment. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
- The late S.M. Shukla, an authority on numismatics from Mumbai, gave him a big part of his collection for a nominal payment.
- In such cases, the demonstrative (or argumental name) is interpreted as “a pronominal place marker” (op. cit., Names
- It ought not to be news when a nominal price index reaches a new peak; it's what ought to happen. Times, Sunday Times
- It's nominally a documentary, but not necessarily a wholly truthful one.
- In the latter, the old three-way pronominal system followed its own course of development.
- Of course, that all begs the question as to whether the athematic nom. sg. ending *-s and athematic pronominal nom./acc. (better "abs." for absolutive) sg. ending *-d are indeed from postclitic demonstratives/articles, as opposed to coming from some other source(s). Precising on a new rule to explain Pre-IE word-final voicing
- RULERS OF EGYPT (1811-1953) Egypt remained nominally a province of the Ottoman Empire until Britain declared it a protectorate in 1914, but from 1805 it followed an increasingly independent course of development as a separate country. E. Egypt
- The dollar amounts are nominal, but inflation is low here.