In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1avasallarto domineer over sb — ser muy dominante con algn
- he domineers over his wife — es muy dominante con su mujer
- Ruthless, clinical and forever domineering they haunt a team who just can't make that final breakthrough.
- Remember to keep the desired feature in scale with the rest of your space - you don't want it to be too domineering.
- The male had to be domineering, imposing, and always taking the initiative.
- You also tend to take a know-it-all attitude and to be domineering, which others feel and resent.
- She was domineering, cold, bitter and demanding, and was often called a ‘tyrant.’
- Or is it that they are so controlling and domineering that we don't know how to talk about anything else?
- The tiger again looked so powerful, so domineering, and so strong.
- He was commanding, domineering, sardonic and intimidating.
- How was it she could appear to be so domineering when she wanted to?
- He wasn't someone she would normally be attracted to - he was a little too domineering.
- She let her career overtake the relationship, and she's become too controlling and domineering.
- She said he was domineering and had persuaded her to go.
- My husband wasn't in the least bit domineering but he was a strong man so there was no need for me to worry about bill-paying or problems.
- She has told the court her mother was difficult, domineering and physically and verbally abusive towards her.
- We all love it when he plays a scene big because he's wickedly good at it, hilarious and domineering.
- All she wanted was him to be more domineering.
- Hard and domineering, Henry could be ruthless and cruel.
- He was a crablike manoeuvrer, crafty and unreliable, domineering towards followers, ruthless towards rivals.
- Considering that his production style is as domineering as it is remarkable, this is no easy feat.
- That's not a good base for a lasting and healthy relationship, and you're right, it's domineering.
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