dominate


dominate
verb
ADVERB
absolutely, completely, entirely, overwhelmingly, thoroughly, totally, utterly

She completely dominated the conversation.

clearly
increasingly

His work increasingly dominates his life.

largely
Dominate is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑cathedral, ↑party, ↑politics, ↑side
Dominate is used with these nouns as the object: ↑arena, ↑competition, ↑conversation, ↑coverage, ↑debate, ↑discussion, ↑division, ↑economy, ↑field, ↑game, ↑headline, ↑landscape, ↑league, ↑life, ↑market, ↑media, ↑news, ↑page, ↑parliament, ↑period, ↑politics, ↑scene, ↑skyline, ↑society, ↑sport, ↑thinking, ↑trade, ↑valley, ↑world

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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