Origin of denominate
OTHER WORDS FROM denominateun·de·nom·i·nat·ed, adjective
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How to use denominate in a sentence
So she’s come to a conference organized by one of those startups that offer Nigerians access to dollar-denominated stocks, to get more knowledge for her ambition.Why 2022 could be a boom year for Nigerian retail investment apps|Alexander Onukwue|January 31, 2022|Quartz
The company has not said whether it would meet payments on larger dollar-denominated bonds due on Thursday and later this month.
An announcement by Evergrande’s main Hong Kong-listed unit on Wednesday that it would make an interest payment on $36 million of yuan-denominated bonds the next day eased some fears of impending shocks to the global financial system.
It’s true that those banks and investors holding the developer’s roughly $19 billion of dollar-denominated bonds do stand to face substantial losses.Evergrande is a massive problem—but it’s China’s problem|Tripti Lahiri|September 21, 2021|Quartz
There is amongst us a female character, not uncommon, which we denominate the outrageously virtuous.
It is true that the specimen he rather proudly exhibits does not much differ from what we denominate nonsense verses.
Moreover, there must be something solemn, serious, and tender about any attitude which we denominate Religion.The Psychological Origin and the Nature of Religion|James H. Leuba
Is fundator erat cuiusdam urbis a seipso denominate, que lingua Anglicana Warwic, id est curia Warmundi, nuncupatur.Beowulf|R. W. Chambers
It was not unlike what housewives at home denominate 'collar,' he thought, cutting in compact slices of interwoven fat and lean.Cedar Creek|Elizabeth Hely Walshe