English - Vietnamese Dictionary
dominate /'dɔmineit/Concise Dictionary
- động từ
- át hẳn, trội hơn, chiếm ưu thế; có ảnh hưởng lớn, chi phối
- thống trị
- to dominate [over] a people: thống trị một dân tộc
- kiềm chế, chế ngự, nén được (dục vọng...)
- to dominate one's emotions: nén xúc động
- vượt cao hơn hẳn, bao quát (núi cao...)
- to dominate [over] a place: vượt cao hơn hẳn nơi nào
dominates|dominated|dominating'dɑmɪneɪt /'dɒmThesaurus Dictionary
+be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance
+be in control
+have dominance or the power to defeat over
+look down on
Advanced English Dictionary
1 command, control, govern, rule, direct, lead, reign (over), exercise command or authority or control or rule over, have the whip or upper hand (over), run (things), be in or have under control, rule the roost or roast, Colloq call the shots or the tune, wear the trousers or US the pants, be in the driver's seat, rule with an iron hand, have under one's thumb:
She clearly dominates the board of directors.
2 overlook, look (out) over, tower over or above, rise above, overshadow; predominate:
The Eiffel Tower dominates the Parisian skyline.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 to control or have a lot of influence over sb/sth, especially in an unpleasant way: [VN] As a child he was dominated by his father. + [V] She always says a lot in meetings, but she doesn't dominate.
2 [VN] to be the most important or noticeable feature of sth: In recent years, social policy has been dominated by cuts in spending.
3 [VN] to be the largest, highest or most obvious thing in a place: The cathedral dominates the city.
domination noun [U]: colonial / economic / political domination + companies fighting for domination of the software market
completely, entirely, totally
She completely dominated the conversation.
His work increasingly dominates his life.
| largely | overwhelmingly
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