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Translation of "nominal" - English-Spanish dictionary

nominal

adjective   /ˈnɒm.ɪ.nəl/
in name or thought but not in fact or not as things really are nominal She’s the nominal head of our college – the real work is done by her deputy.1750
A nominal amount of money is very small compared to an expected price or value. simbólico a nominal sum/charge For a nominal fee, they will deliver orders to customershomes.1425
nominally adverb   /-i/
(Definition of nominal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nominal

adjective /ˈnəminəl/
in name only, not in reality nominal He is only the nominal head of the firm.
very small simbólico He had to pay only a nominal fine.
(Definition of nominal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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