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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dominate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. controlled or ruled by superior authority or power.
- adj. controlled by one's wife; -- of men.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. harassed by persistent nagging
- adj. controlled or ruled by superior authority or power
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The U.S. economy is tanking and we already have one of the world's most foreign dominated economies, but as usual, not U. S.-dominated / decimated enough for the North American Competitiveness Council, aka the Canadian Council of Chief Executives.
Mr. Charest's last big comeback was in 2008, when he won a majority after 20 months of minority rule, a term dominated by symbolic gestures.
Spain dominated from the start to the final whistle, accumulating 19 shots to Ukraine's five.
Within a few days our definition dominated the first two pages of Google search results - taking Balderdash competition to the next level.
The state in dominated by Democrats and has a governor who is more Democrat than Republican.
“The state in dominated by Democrats and has a governor who is more Democrat than Republican.”
Precisely the reason Harvin dominated the voting and was added to the Pro Bowl this week.
And while the manga category is again dominated by Naruto, in seven of the 10 spots, the paperback list has a couple of noteworthy entries in the second and third spots: IDW's move prequel Star Trek: Countdown, and Drawn & Quarterly's Yoshihiro Tatsumi autobiography A Drifting Life.
Sevilla dominated from the whistle and in the fourth, Messi created some space on the edge of the area and fed the ball to Daniel Alves, who shot straight at Palop.
Large-scale works by Schumann and Chopin dominated her programme.