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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnomineenom‧i‧nee /ˌnɒməˈniː $ ˌnɑː-/ noun [countable]  SUGGESTsomeone who has been officially suggested for an important position, duty, or prize the Democratic Party presidential nomineenominee for a nominee for the post of vice president
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nomineeEven then, it takes an extraordinary amount of opposition to sink a nominee.In their day, presidential nominees were chosen by members of Congress meeting in caucus.Speakers included former presidential nominee Bob Dole.Whomever he selects, Dole will reveal as much about himself as he does about vice his presidential nominee.The Gallo family is the largest single lifetime contributor to Bob Dole, who is certain to be the Republican presidential nominee.As for Best Supporting Actor, the nominees are too numerous to list.You could sum up the event by saying a batch of first-time nominees came out on top this year.
From Longman Business Dictionarynomineenom‧i‧nee /ˌnɒməˈniːˌnɑː-/ noun [countable]1someone who has been suggested for a job, position, or prizeBoard nominees must be approved by shareholders.16 winners were chosen from 500 nominees.2FINANCE a person or organization that holds shares, bonds etc for someoneWhat is there to prevent a taxpayer from putting his shares in the name of a nominee?3INSURANCE in LIFE INSURANCE, the name of the person who will get money if the insured person dies
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