What Does Nominal Means?


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This summer , local children can sign up for art or music lessons for a ______fee of $3
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The word nominal is used as an adjective and you can use the word for something that is not really in existence but only its name is in use. The following sentence can make the meaning of the term quite clear in this context: Mr Barker was only the nominal leader of the party but in actual sense he had no power.

The word can also be used for a very small sum of money and usually it is much less than the actual cost of change. Token is the synonymous term for the word in this context. Given below is a sentence that can make the meaning crystal clear: we are paying only the nominal rent but availing the facilities as we are paying well.

Sometimes the word is also being used in grammar for something that is connected with noun or nouns.

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