سيطر, هيمن, ساد, حكم يدير, شرف, طفلة
Verb(1) be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance(2) be in control(3) have dominance or the power to defeat over(4) be greater in significance than(5) look down on
(1) For some reason, my mindset was to go out there and try to run away from the beginning and to dominate the race.(2) Many have returned to their native land having failed to dominate racing.(3) He also does not consistently dominate at that level like a future NFL player should.(4) They fear seven-storey tower blocks could dominate the skyline, competing with the cathedral in height.(5) He would never sit back and relax because he could always go faster, win more races and dominate a little more.(6) The right wing can only dominate to the extent that the vacuum opened up on the left remains unfilled.(7) What he pointed to, is that apparently weak forces actually can dominate what seem to be strong forces.(8) However, we know that if government continues to dominate the market the private sector will never develop.(9) But then, human determination, imagination and ingenuity, when put to the service of justice, have had an uncanny and unpredictable way of playing havoc with the plans of dominators .(10) It looked like I was dominating the race, but I wasn't really.(11) Behind him the skyline was still dominated by the White Mountains, their snowy peaks glistening in the afternoon sun.(12) Thus, markets were increasingly dominated by a small number of large vertically integrated enterprises.(13) For as long as I can remember there has always been one team that dominates the year's racing.(14) When you are used to dominating a race, controlling the pace, increasing and decreasing the tempo when you like, just to sit and wait can be almost painful.(15) When properly manipulated, bureaucrats can help dominators maintain their tight grip on markets while supplying a convenient scapegoat for unfair rules.(16) If they pull that off, they will command world football like the Eiffel Tower dominates their capital.
(1) to dominate :: للسيطرة
1. control ::
2. predominate ::
3. overlook ::
4. master ::
5. overshadow ::
6. command ::
7. reign ::
Different Formsdominate, dominated, dominates, dominating
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