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To overlook from a height
To enjoy a commanding position in some field
To exert an overwhelming guiding influence over something or someone
To govern, rule or control by superior authority or power
to influence controllingly
{v} to prevail, rule over, govern
look down on; "The villa dominates the town
be in control; rule the roost; "Her husband completely dominates her"
If one country or person dominates another, they have power over them. Women are no longer dominated by the men in their relationships The countries of Eastern Europe immediately started to dominate. + domination domi·na·tion They had five centuries of domination by the Romans
look down on; "The villa dominates the town"
A starting hand that will almost always beat another starting hand is said to dominate that hand For example, in hold'em, AK dominates K2 Most of the time K2 makes a playable hand, AK will make a better hand However, a 2 might still spoil the party
To be dominant
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 appears to dominate. + domination domi·na·tion the domination of the market by a small number of organizations
Obtain mental and physical adhesion, freely given respect and obedience from the horse, without ever using force and restraint
Security level S1 is said to dominate security level S2 if the hierarchical classification of S1 is greater than or equal to that of S2 and the non-hierarchical categories of S1 include all those of S2 as a subset
To predominate over; to rule; to govern
To be at least as good as in all respects One play is said to dominate another (similar) play if it is as good as the other play by any measure of comparison Spotting dominated plays can reduce the total number of plays to choose among in a given position
have dominance or the power to defeat over; "Her pain completely mastered her"; "The methods can master the problems"
a situation in which one group has control over another
have dominance or the power to defeat over; "Her pain completely mastered her"; "The methods can master the problems" be in control; rule the roost; "Her husband completely dominates her" look down on; "The villa dominates the town
To have power or influence over
{f} control, rule, command
be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance; "Money reigns supreme here"; "Hispanics predominate in this neighborhood"
A relationship between two sensitivity levels, two information levels, or an information and sensitivity level The term "dominates" is equivalent to the phrase "higher than or equal to "
If a building, mountain, or other object dominates an area, it is so large or impressive that you cannot avoid seeing it. It's one of the biggest buildings in this area, and it really dominates this whole place
dominate the charts
have the best rating on a popularity pole for a period of time; be very popular for a significant amount of time (about musicians, television programs, etc.)
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dominate
harassed by persistent nagging
Simple past and past participle of to dominate
controlled or ruled by superior authority or power
controlled or ruled by superior authority or power harassed by persistent nagging
third-person singular of dominate
present participle of dominate
most powerful or important or influential; "the economically ascendant class"; "D-day is considered the dominating event of the war in Europe"
A dominating person has a very strong personality and influences the people around them. She certainly was a dominating figure in politics = commanding
used of a height or viewpoint; "a commanding view of the ocean"; "looked up at the castle dominating the countryside"; "the balcony overlooking the ballroom"
offensively self-assured or given to exercising usually unwarranted power; "an autocratic person"; "autocratic behavior"; "a bossy way of ordering others around"; "a rather aggressive and dominating character"; "managed the employees in an aloof magisterial way"; "a swaggering peremptory manner"
Governing; ruling; imperious
{i} ruler, person in authority, one who controls
A ruler or ruling power
A male who dominates