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He is not fit to be the Republican nominee. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Must the broker always insist that the investment is held by his nominee company? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Consider using a nominee company to hold the various shareholdings. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We have been highlighting the nominees for the awards. The Sun (2008)New Hampshire has voted for five nominees and one president. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Red letter day vouchers are also up for grabs at the annual awards, where nominees are put forward by their colleagues. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A Republican presidential nominee who can appeal across party allegiances would be a strong contender next year. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A presidential nominee should expect scrutiny, it argued. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is quite common in the UK to have nominee shareholders. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's about the bands, the people who win the awards and the nominees. The Sun (2009)But the list of nominees for the awards has stoked another, more minor, controversy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Since 1976 Iowa has voted for six nominees and two presidents. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Iowa's record is poorer: three nominees and one president. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These people decide the acting nominees, and they are being bombarded with DVDs and invitations to screenings. Times, Sunday Times (2014)


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Translations for 'nominee'

British English: nominee NOUN
A nominee is someone who is nominated for a job, position, or award.
His nominee for vice president was elected only after a second ballot.


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