# common denominator

SEE DEFINITION OF*common denominator*

Synonyms for *common denominator*

## EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMON DENOMINATOR

Literacy is defended with the argument that it is some kind of common denominator.

The cousins, her uncle, and Penny had no common denominator of conversation.

He proposes, instead, the term, "common denominator of value."

The programming is shallowed to the lowest (and widest) common denominator.

It is impossible to reduce these opposite ideas to a common denominator.

It is impossible to reduce these opposite theories to a common denominator.

She is a type, an abstraction, a common denominator of ‘creamy English girls.’

And the common denominator is the time that is consumed by the labor.

They cannot become a criterion of equality, a common denominator, a third term of comparison, between labour and wages.

There is no Sovereign, no common denominator, no unifying system in which both parties are related by their common obligations.