dominate / ˈdɒm əˌneɪt /


dominate2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

dom·i·nat·ed, dom·i·nat·ing.

  1. to rule over; govern; control.
  2. to tower above; overlook; overshadow: A tall pine dominated the landscape.
  3. to predominate, permeate, or characterize.
v. 无主动词 verb

dom·i·nat·ed, dom·i·nat·ing.

  1. to rule; exercise control; predominate.
  2. to occupy a commanding or elevated position.

dominate 近义词

v. 动词 verb

govern, rule

v. 动词 verb

tower above


  1. While the fires in California, Oregon, and Washington have been dominating US headlines, Brazil has actually topped the charts for fire hot spots globally.
  2. Apple’s annual September event is usually dominated by the introduction of new iPhones.
  3. Apple holds its annual September event this Tuesday, but it’s expected to be quite different from the usual iPhone-dominated unveilings that the company held in the past.
  4. Intel’s era is over now, thanks to the dominating run of its crosstown rival, Nvidia.
  5. That’s a lucrative market dominated by Intel, which has about 90% share.
  6. We have reached a tipping point where mega donors completely dominate the landscape.
  7. A male and female who do most of the mating dominate packs, and younger subordinates only breed occasionally.
  8. More recently, the rows of red and gray cement housing project blocks that sprouted up in the 1980s dominate the view.
  9. This makes him responsible for creation, so that he might dominate it in order to develop it until the end of time.
  10. Abdullah says al Nusra is made up 80 percent of Syrians; foreign fighters dominate ISIS.
  11. General Rios had not sufficient troops to dominate several islands covering such a large area.
  12. We must place him in a way to dominate everything else—a pedestal, or better still, a throne—no, no; he mustnt be sitting.
  13. Then, unconsciously, he was infected by another tendency; a new thought was destined to dominate his brain.
  14. Do not allow your personal color-sympathies to dominate your work.
  15. Health interests are fused with social and economic development, but should undoubtedly dominate rather than be dominated by them.