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monopolize
mə'nɑːpə,laɪz
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Have or exploit a monopoly of.
  2. Have and control fully and exclusively.
Hyphenationmo•nop•o•lize
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
Matching Results
独占dúzhànto monopolize; to control; to dominate
垄断lǒngduànto enjoy market dominance; to monopolize
包揽bāolǎnto monopolize; to take on responsibility over everything; to undertake the whole task
lǎnto monopolize; to seize; to take into one's arms; to embrace; to fasten (with a rope etc); to take on (responsibility etc); to canvass
独揽dúlǎnto monopolize
独霸dúbàlit. sole hegemony; to monopolize; domination (of the market); personal empire
shànwithout authority; to usurp; to arrogate to oneself; to monopolize; expert in; to be good at
总揽zǒnglǎnto assume full responsibility; to be in full control; to monopolize
把持bǎchíto control; to dominate; to monopolize
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