- v. alternative spelling of monopolize.
- v. have and control fully and exclusively
- v. have or exploit a monopoly of
“His point was precisely that neither the secular state nor any particular religion can 'monopolise'.”
“June 11th, 2010 SHANGHAI - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Friday criticised the world's nuclear powers for trying to "monopolise" the technology for their own gain and prevent other nations from its civilian use.”
“Let's give Alex Salmond and his separatists the fight they pretend to want Labour allowed the SNP to 'monopolise' the saltire, admits Scottish Secretary”
“Labour allowed the SNP to 'monopolise' the saltire, admits Scottish Secretary”
“Ocean Grove diver Peter Rogers said Dive Victoria would effectively "monopolise", leaving little opportunity for recreational divers.”
“I published my second story in Nova (in German), but they take one non-German story per issue and I have no right to expect to monopolise that slot.”
“It is advisable to slow down to the pace at which the car can be pulled up immediately a horse shows signs of wanting to monopolise the whole of the road.”
“It may monopolise column inches but it has no monopoly on foolish governance.”
“Apr–Sep; from £8 per pitch per night, £2 per adult, £1 per child 5-16, under-5s free; 01571 855377A refreshing antidote to the all-singing, all-dancing "holiday parks" that monopolise huge swaths of the West Country with their regimented ranks of caravans clubhouses and swimming pools, Mount Folly is a working farm offering low-key, rustic camping.”
“I apologise profusely for seeming to monopolise proceedings here but Mr.”
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