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no·tion·al

 (nō′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of, containing, or being a notion; mental or imaginary.
2. Speculative or theoretical.
3. Linguistics Understood in terms of semantic content rather than grammatical structure. The word did is notional in We did the work and relational in We did not agree.
4. Economics Of or relating to the underlying asset or principal of a financial derivative such as a swap contract.

no′tion·al·ly adv.
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notional

(ˈnəʊʃənəl)
adj
1. relating to, expressing, or consisting of notions or ideas
2. not evident in reality; hypothetical or imaginary: a notional tax credit.
3. characteristic of a notion or concept, esp in being speculative or imaginary; abstract
4. (Linguistics) grammar
a. (of a word) having lexical meaning
b. another word for semantic
ˈnotionally adv
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no•tion•al

(ˈnoʊ ʃə nl)

adj.
1. pertaining to, expressing, or of the nature of a notion or idea.
2. abstract, theoretical, or speculative.
3. not real; imaginary.
4. given to or full of foolish or fanciful ideas or moods.
5.
a. pertaining to or based on the meaning expressed by a linguistic item: the notional definition of a noun as “a person, place, or thing.”
b. (of a word) having full lexical rather than just grammatical meaning (contrasted with relational).
[1590–1600]
no′tion•al•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.notional - not based on fact; unreal; "the falsehood about some fanciful secret treaties"- F.D.Roosevelt; "a small child's imaginary friends"; "to create a notional world for oneself"
unreal - lacking in reality or substance or genuineness; not corresponding to acknowledged facts or criteria; "ghosts and other unreal entities"; "unreal propaganda serving as news"
2.notional - not based on fact or investigation; "a notional figure of cost helps in determining production costs"; "speculative knowledge"
theoretic, theoretical - concerned primarily with theories or hypotheses rather than practical considerations; "theoretical science"
3.notional - indulging in or influenced by fancy; "a fanciful mind"; "all the notional vagaries of childhood"
creative, originative - having the ability or power to create; "a creative imagination"
4.notional - being of the nature of a notion or concept; "a plan abstract and conceptional"; "to improve notional comprehension"; "a notional response to the question"
abstract - existing only in the mind; separated from embodiment; "abstract words like `truth' and `justice'"
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notional

adjective hypothetical, ideal, abstract, theoretical, imaginary, speculative, conceptual, unreal, fanciful the notional value of assets
real, actual, genuine, factual, dinkum (Austral & N.Z. informal)
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notional

adjective
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Translations
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notional

[ˈnəʊʃənl] ADJ
1. (Fin) [value, profit, amount, capital, income] → hipotético, teórico
2. (= hypothetical) it is purely notionales pura hipótesis or teoría or especulación
3. (Ling) [word] → nocional
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notional

adj
(= hypothetical)fiktiv, angenommen; (= nominal) paymentnominell, symbolisch
(esp US) → versponnen, verträumt
(Philos) → spekulativ
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notional

[ˈnəʊʃənl] adj (figure, amount, price) → simbolico/a
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References in classic literature ?
“Law!” said Remarkable, “I’m glad if the Judge is pleased; but I’m notional that you’ll find the sa’ce over done.
Futures contracts are typically highly "leveraged," meaning that through a relatively small amount of money, you can control a relatively large amount of underlying value (often referred to as "notional" value).
His firm's strategist estimates that indexer demand will be 16,746,467 shares, or 420.6% of Altice USA's average daily volume for a notional value of $390M.
--$199,742,000 class 1A-I1 notional exchangeable notes 'BBsf'; Outlook Stable;
MMAC reduced its investment in the leveraged bond portfolio through the termination of 15 total return swap agreements that had a total notional amount of USD 102.6 million and sold one multi-family tax-exempt bond and one subordinate certificate interest in a multi-family tax-exempt bond.
To construct a measure of CDS insurance, we use the newly available (since 2008) weekly data on CDS net notional amounts for individual reference entities from the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC).
* Notional principal contracts typically employ swaps or other reciprocal arrangements that provide for payments at specified intervals by a party to a counterparty calculated by reference to a specified index applied to a notional principal amount, for which the counterparty promises to pay similar amounts.
Bank derivative positions are reported on the balance sheet at only a small fraction of their estimated fair values and an even smaller fraction of their maximum notional payouts.
A bench of Justice Gyan Sudha Misra and Justice Kurian Joseph has formulated new guidelines on computing the quantum of compensation for children as the amount under the existing statutory scheme was computed after taking the notional income of a child to be mere ` 1,250 per month.
As of year-end 2012, interest rate swaps accounted for approximately $957 billion, or an estimated 60 percent of the total $1.6 trillion of onshore notional derivative exposure of the top 20 U.S.
To assess the different fuel element designs of the first Magnox reactors a notional fuel element, incorporating the novel features of the different designs, was loaded into a Calder Hall reactor in a number of channels.