from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See least common denominator.
- n. The most basic, least sophisticated level of taste, sensibility, or opinion among a group of people.
- n. The group having such taste, sensibility, or opinion: "The press can resist the standard of the lowest common denominator, the rationalization that all news is fit to print that has appeared anywhere else” ( Edward M. Kennedy).
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- n. The smallest positive integer which is a multiple of every denominator of several fractions.
- n. The most simple or base shared interest or characteristic among a group or collection of people etc.
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