Translation of domination in Spanish:


dominación, n.

Pronunciation /dɒmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n//ˌdɑməˈneɪʃ(ə)n/


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    dominación feminine
    • It is not a battle for territorial domination, ideological supremacy or economic hegemony.
    • Their domination could be gauged from the fact that not even a single boy found his way in the merit list.
    • I hope so, because no conglomerate deserves total world cyberspace domination.
    • There are those, though, who think that comedy has now risen to a level of unhealthy domination.
    • They only talk about it as an attempt at exploitation, domination and plunder.
    • It's a sentiment which is only consolidated by their domination of their home event.
    • It might sound like an early Bond film, but these people are not after world domination.
    • The domination of these agencies has been enabled by developments in digital technology.
    • Modest, sober clothing was a manifestation of reason's domination over instinct.
    • They sense their domination of the debate in canteens, cafés and coffee bars.
    • It was the first success for an English car and put an end to the French domination of the first two races.
    • It is very strange, this domination of our intellect by our digestive organs.
    • Here is a woman who long ago established her total domination of an extraordinarily tough business.
    • His quiet-spoken manner hides a steely determination for domination in movie making.
    • He gave ample evidence of his talent during his domination of the Scandinavian Masters.
    • The remaining half hour contained a predictable level of domination from the league leaders.
    • Poverty is a by-product of domination of the needs of profit over the needs of people.
    • He's the sort of guy who won't be satisfied until he achieves global domination.
    • I am yet to meet a man, in a partnership or otherwise, who doesn't exert total domination of this device.
    • He is currently working on a book about the Stone Age and the evolution of human domination.