nomination

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Borrowed from Latin nōminātiōnem, accusative singular of nōminātiō, from the verb nōmināre (to name; to nominate).

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nomination (countable and uncountable, plural nominations)

  1. An act or instance of nominating.
  2. A device or means by which a person or thing is nominated. (Can we add an example for this sense?)

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French[edit]

French Wikipedia has an article on:
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin nominatio, nominationem.

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Noun[edit]

nomination f (plural nominations)

  1. nomination
    • 2015 September 22, “Nicolas Sarkozy place son bras droit Frédéric Péchenard à la fédération LR de Paris”, in Le Monde[1]:
      La nomination de M. Péchenard – qui cumulera les fonctions de directeur général de LR et de secrétaire départemental – illustre la volonté de M. Sarkozy de mettre la main sur la fédération de Paris, jugée trop filloniste à son goût.
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