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  • nominal fee — noun A fee that does not reflect the true value of the subject it is attached to. Usually it is only a token value …   Wiktionary

  • nominal — nom·i·nal / nä mən əl/ adj 1: existing or being something in name or form but usu. not in reality defenses...raised by the corporation as nominal defendant in a derivative suit R. C. Clark 2: being so small or trivial as to be a mere token… …   Law dictionary

  • Nominal — Nom i*nal, a. [L. nominalis, fr. nomen, nominis, name. See {Name}.] 1. Of or pertaining to a name or names; having to do with the literal meaning of a word; verbal; as, a nominal definition. Bp. Pearson. [1913 Webster] 2. Existing in name only;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • nominal — [näm′ə nəl] adj. [ME nominalle < L nominalis, of a name < nomen, NAME] 1. of, consisting of, having the nature of, or giving a name or names 2. of or having to do with a noun or nouns 3. in name only, not in fact [the nominal leader] 4.… …   English World dictionary

  • fee — n. 1) to charge a fee 2) to split fees (as of lawyers, doctors) 3) to waive one s fee 4) a fat, large; nominal fee 5) an admission, entrance; contingency; laboratory; membership; registration fee 6) a fee for (a fee for service) 7) for a fee (for …   Combinatory dictionary

  • fee — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ exorbitant, fat (informal), hefty, high, huge, large, substantial ▪ I expect you had to pay a fat fee to your divorce lawyers …   Collocations dictionary

  • Nominal — In name only. Differences in compounding cause the nominal rate to differ from the effective interest rate. Inflation causes the purchasing power of money to differ from one time to another. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * nominal… …   Financial and business terms

  • nominal — In name only. Differences in compounding cause the nominal rate to differ from the effective interest rate. inflation causes the purchasing power of money to differ from one time to another. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * nominal nom‧i‧nal… …   Financial and business terms

  • nominal — nom|i|nal [ namınl ] adjective * 1. ) used about something that is officially described in a particular way when it is not really true or correct: areas under nominal government control He is still the nominal leader of the organization. 2. ) a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • nominal */ — UK [ˈnɒmɪn(ə)l] / US [ˈnɑmɪn(ə)l] adjective 1) a nominal amount of money is a very small amount which is much less than something is really worth Transport can be provided for a nominal sum. a nominal fee/charge/cost 2) used about something that… …   English dictionary

  • nominal — adjective 1 nominal head/leader etc someone who has the title of leader etc but is not really doing that job: Longo was the real power in the Communist Party while Togliatti was merely the nominal head. 2 a nominal sum of money is very small,… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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