Definition of 'dominate'
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"She was carelessly cheerful, determined that this woman would not dominate them all. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)As the path dipped in a fold in the field the barn rose higher in his vision to dominate the skyline and the arrogance became menace. A TROUT IN THE MILK (2002)We can't forget him, but he's gone, and we can't let him dominate our lives. THE BLACK OPAL (2002)
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Translations for 'dominate'
British English: dominate VERB
To dominate a situation means to be the most powerful or important person or thing in it.
The book is expected to dominate the best-seller lists.
No single factor seems to dominate.
Definition of dominate from the Collins English Dictionary
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