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a phrase that can function as the subject or object of a verb

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insignificantly small

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pertaining to a noun or to a word group that functions as a noun

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of, relating to, or characteristic of an amount that is not adjusted for inflation

named

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existing in name only

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The nominal output capacity of these complexes is planned to reach 32.
7% and 10% growth y-o-y and q-o-q respectively in nominal terms.
The ministry said weaker nominal growth has worsened household and corporate sentiment, which has had an impact on consumption, investment and job markets.
Nominal long-term bonds such as Treasury bonds and notes expose long-term investors to inflation risk.
Egypt, the most populous Arab nation, retained its position as the third largest economy in the region, with its nominal GDP standing at 231.
O realismo nominal ontologico consiste na confusao da existencia, origem e localizacao das palavras com os objetos a que elas se referem.
It has as its starting point a conception in the mind of a speaker embodied to a limited extent, before the application of any rules, already in certain basic, phonetic elements, namely roots and underived nominal stems.
5% in nominal terms, which corresponds to a price-adjusted rise of 1.
As another factor, Japan's nominal GDP failed to grow because of deflation while the global economy continued to expand, it added.
The EU Council adopted on 16 July, in second reading and following an agreement with the European Parliament, the Directive laying down rules on nominal quantities for pre-packed products.
The EU Council adopted on 16 July, in second reading and following an agreement with the European Parliament, the Directive laying down rules on nominal quantities for pre-packed products (see Europolitics 3204 and 3387) This directive is aimed at replacing Directives 75/106/EEC and 80/232/EEC in order to abolish nominal quantities of package sizes for most sectors and to maintain obligatory nominal quantities for a very limited number of goods, mainly wine and spirits.
Thus, to meet this requirement, a nominal owner is added to the ownership structure.
On the back of a structural economic turnaround, a tighter labor market will push up wages, boost inflation and, hence, nominal GDP growth, which is essential for the asset market growth.
For, in all mathematical settings, there is the possibility of nominal understanding (where one comes to know how to use mathematical names) and of explanatory understanding (where one comes to know what mathematical names mean).
Since 1997, yields on TIIS have been surprisingly high relative to yields on comparable nominal Treasury securities, with the spread between yields falling, on average, well below survey measures of long-run inflation expectations.