Translation of bailiwick in Spanish:


dominio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbeɪlɪwɪk//ˈbeɪləˌwɪk/


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    dominio masculine
    • Thus, it doesn't really monkey with the states' authority after all; it only makes sure they stay in their traditional bailiwick.
    • Here her analysis is most surefooted as she discusses late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century fiction, Benedict's professional bailiwick.
    • Education is going to be your bailiwick for us, and then we're going to ask about that and a lot of other things.
    • And she's looking at a couple of other projects, but that's kind of out of my bailiwick, if you will.
    • And it has done so even in areas where the crime at issue seems to be a crime that falls squarely into the state's bailiwick - and does not affect federal interests at all.