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denominate ‎(third-person singular simple present denominates, present participle denominating, simple past and past participle denominated)

  1. To name; to designate.
    • 1761, A Complete History of the Arabs
      The second [blast of the trumpet] they denominate the blast of exanimation; when all creatures both in heaven and earth shall die, or be annihilated, except those which God shall please to exempt from the common fate.
    • David Hume
      On the contrary, those other passions, commonly denominated selfish, both produce different sentiments in each individual, according to his particular situation []
  2. To express in a monetary unit.
    Oil is denominated in dollars, so changes in the strength of the dollar affect oil prices everywhere.

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