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minimums, plural; minima, plural;
  1. Smallest or lowest
    • - this can be done with the minimum amount of effort
  1. The least or smallest amount or quantity possible, attainable, or required
    • - technical difficulties have been kept to a minimum
    • - they checked passports with the minimum of fuss
  2. The lowest or smallest amount of a varying quantity (e.g., temperature) allowed, attained, or recorded
    • - clients with a minimum of $500,000 to invest
    • - winter minima of -40 ° C have been recorded
  3. A point at which a continuously varying quantity ceases to decrease and begins to increase; the value of a quantity at such a point

  4. The smallest element in a set

  1. minimal: the least possible; "needed to enforce minimal standards"; "her grades were minimal"; "minimum wage"; "a minimal charge for the service"
  2. the smallest possible quantity
  3. the point on a curve where the tangent changes from negative on the left to positive on the right
  4. In mathematics, maxima and minima, known collectively as extrema (singular: extremum), are the largest value (maximum) or smallest value (minimum), that a function takes in a point either within a given neighborhood (local extremum) or on the function domain in its entirety (global or absolute ...
  5. The lowest limit; The smallest amount; A period of minimum brightness or energy intensity (of a star); A lower bound of a set which is also an element of that set; The smallest member of a batch or sample or the lower bound of a probability distribution
  6. (Minimums) First orders $300 minimum, reorders $200 minimum.
  7. (Minimums) An opening order of $300 is required with new accounts. All reorders are $150 minimum.  All orders must be prepaid by credit card, money order or bank check. Returned checks will be charged a $50 administration fee.
  8. (MINIMUMS) There is a 24-piece minimum per design on standard screen-printed garments and embroidery garments.
  9. (Minimums) Opening orders: $200; Reorders: $150. Please see our current Price List for further information.
  10. (Minimums) This sum is set in relation to anticipated turnover, whereby a prospective client obtains a reduced pro-rata, service charge percentage based on anticipated level of turnover.
  11. (Minimums) We do not have a minimum order size. However, there is a $3.00 handling charge on all orders totalling less than $50 after any applicable discounts.
  12. No minimums of any stock items.
  13. The least value attained by a function, for example, temperature, pressure, or wind speed. The opposite of maximum.
  14. The lowest value for a variable that was actually obtained from a sample, often reported by analysis routines and used by analysts to assess range and likelihood of outliers or floor effects.
  15. The minimum of a set of numbers is the smallest one. The minimum of {3,2,8,1,9,2} is 1.
  16. (check course syllabus), Pentium III or higher, 256 MB RAM, 300 MB free disk space, CD-ROM, mouse, Internet connection, anti-virus software (current), most current version of a Web browser.
  17. n.  least or smallest amount, degree, etc possible
  18. In a sample of data, the smallest observation.
  19. the lowest level of pay, or pay point, for a particular pay scale or band.
  20. payout refers to the commission revenue amount a partner must meet before payment is made. Business checks, international wires and direct deposits must reach a minimum of $100 USD. Paypal payments must reach a minimum of $25 USD.
  21. The lowest salary paid to a job incumbent, which is also the bottom of the salary range.
  22. a low point on a graph of a function, relative to nearby points; a point with zero slope, preceded by points with negative slope and followed by points with positive slope.
  23. Supervision level for low risk/low need offenders. Can be a beginning level or usually as a step down from Maximum. One personal contact every 60 days.
  24. holding the least amount of possible values for one's previous bidding.
  25. wage minimum level of pay for workers, usually set by government.