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lowest common denominatornoun

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lowest common denominator noun (NUMBER)

[C usually singular] specialized mathematics the ​smallestnumber that can be ​exactlydivided by all the ​bottomnumbers in a ​group of fractions

lowest common denominator noun (LEAST INTELLIGENT)

the lowest common denominator [S] used to refer in a ​disapproving way to the ​sort of ​people in ​society who are least ​intelligent and who will ​accept low-quality ​products and ​entertainment: The ​problem with so much ​television is that it is ​aimed at the ​lowestcommondenominator.
(Definition of lowest common denominator from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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lowest common denominatornoun [S]

uk   us   disapproving
MARKETING the large ​number of ​people who will ​acceptproducts, ​ideas, etc. that are not good ​quality: He ​claimed the ​party was ​trying to ​exploit fears and ​appeal to the ​lowest common denominator.
(Definition of lowest common denominator from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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