dominate

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  • During his second term he dominated Australian politics as no one else has ever done.
  • Industrial development soon dominated the local economy, and it continues to do so today.
  • These two uses dominated the market until the middle of the 1990s.
  • It came to dominate higher education and left its mark on many forms of literature.
  • A two-party system is a system where two major political parties dominate politics within a government.
  • Most of the construction sector is dominated by government in the form of public works.
  • Military might rather than civil authority dominated the government.
  • First of all, there is the large dominating plant and the small room.
  • He dominates the lives of his second wife, Rose, and his five children.
  • As a result, this species often dominates in areas where competition has been reduced by fire.
  • Greek politics in the 19th century was dominated by the national question.
  • The period was dominated by both political and religious strife between the three independent countries.
  • But the rock musical did not quickly come to dominate the musical theatre stage after Hair.
  • This resulted in a very strong team which was able to dominate the competition.
  • Still, initially the members of the OF worked together, without a single dominating group.
  • The empire was dominated by one ethnic group, and their language was usually the language of public administration.
  • It came after an overall dominating season, and was very little surprise to many around the league.
  • This practice shaped western music into the harmonically-dominated music that we know today.
  • He generally managed to continue to dominate foreign policy, in particular.
  • In the east, three schools of thought were to dominate Chinese thinking until the modern day.
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Words starting with dominate

Meaning of dominate

  • verb Be in control
    Her husband completely dominates her
  • verb Have dominance or the power to defeat over
    Her pain completely mastered her, The methods can master the problems
  • verb Look down on
    The villa dominates the town