Similar words: denomination, nominate, nomination, nominally, dominate, domination, abomination, coordinator. Meaning: [dɪ'nɒmɪneɪtə] n. the divisor of a fraction.

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1. I think the only common

*denominator*of success is hard work.2. Tabloid newspapers pander to the lowest common

*denominator*.3. The first step is to rationalize the

*denominator*of a fraction.4. The common

*denominator*was that we had all worked for the same company.5. The common

*denominator*of both types of novel is the vulnerable, threatened heroine.6. They were united through the common

*denominator*of suffering.7. The total body water content, the

*denominator*in that overall concentration term, is altered to achieve homeostasis.8. Total commitment is the common

*denominator*among all successful men and women. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam9. The common

*denominator*in all those searches for ever-more original and authentic sites of creativity was the unconscious.10. But in avid pursuit of the lowest common

*denominator*, Fox became a catalyst in the coarsening of popular culture.11. Using the condition, the

*denominator*may be shown to be proportional to, which in steady state is strictly positive for.12. The common

*denominator*in these two election campaigns was money.13. Besides Clinton, the common

*denominator*in the 1992 and 1996 races is Buchanan.14. Matters of judgement reduced to the lowest common

*denominator*acceptable to a majority of the voters.15. Although the plan received unanimous approval, this does not mean that it represents the lowest common

*denominator*.16. The school syllabus seems aimed at the lowest common

*denominator*.17. Television quiz shows often seem to target the lowest common

*denominator*.18. The problem with so much television is that it is aimed at the lowest common

*denominator*.19. Unit of account Money is used as a common

*denominator*in which the value of things can be expressed in the market.20. These data were used to calculate annual referral rates using the practice populations as the

*denominator*.21. Such splitting is feasible if the polynomial on the numerator is of lower degree than that on the

*denominator*.22. Numerator data are based on registration returns about child deaths,[sentencedict.com] whereas

*denominator*data are obtained from the 1981 census.23. The band's vulgar lyrics appeal to the lowest common

*denominator*.24. AD534 used as a divider, providing differential operation on both numerator and

*denominator*Fig. 6.25. They produce trashy TV programs that appeal to the lowest common

*denominator*.26. This sub-atomic medium has been defined as an energy-rich substrate, the common

*denominator*in all particle reactions in nuclear physics.27. The fractions selected for comParison must require pupils to consider both numerator and

*denominator*.28. We've grown vulgar and venal, wedded to the almighty dollar and the lowest common

*denominator*.29. Common fraction :a fraction having an integer as a numerator and an integer as a

*denominator*.30. You have to enter the integer part of the fraction and the numerator and the

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