It has become our LCD: Least Common Denominator, a measure, yardstick and benchmark that defines humans in the materialistic world.
What does LCD stand for?
LCD stands for Least Common Denominator
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 185 other meanings of LCD in our Acronym Attic
- Land Conservation District
- Large Cerenkov Detector
- Last Certified Day
- Latino Consent Decree
- Lattice Code Decoder
- Lattice Corneal Dystrophy
- Launch Countdown (US NASA)
- Launcher Closure Door (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile)
- Learner-Centered Design
- Lease Commencement Date
- Leonard Cheshire Disability (Kenya)
- Lesotho Congress for Democracy (Lesotho)
- Letter Carrier Depot (Canada Post)
- Leveraged Commentary & Data (Standard & Poor's; New York, NY)
- Ley de Competencia Desleal (Spanish: Unfair Competition Law)
- Life Cycle Development (product development)
- Limited Commercial District
- Limited Conversion Division (military)
- Line Concentrating Device (Nortel)
- Link Community Development (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The diplomatic sources underlined that this summit showed that the parties could "meet at the least common denominators in case they sit at the table".
The Least Common Denominator In designing a system of any type, where there is a range of requirements that need to be met to satisfy a number of diverse customers, it always helps to start at the least common denominator and then add where necessary to satisfy the more demanding requirements.
It pandered to the least common denominator," he says.
I think that's very important in a culture that's moving as fast as it can toward a kind of least common denominator of values and aesthetics.
The problem with that approach is that you'll typically wind up with a standard that reflects the least common denominator rather than sound science," he says.
Scientists studying the properties of biologically active molecules often seek to reduce a system to its least common denominator by fixing experimental conditions such as pH, ionic strength, and temperature to values which may or may not reflect in vivo conditions.