Translation of predominance in Spanish:


predominio, n.

Pronunciation /prəˈdɑmənəns//prɪˈdɒmɪnəns/


  • 1

    (in amount, numbers)
    predominio masculine
    preponderancia feminine
    • The reason for the predominance of females in those with this lesion is not known.
    • There is an overwhelming predominance of female images in prehistoric art.
    • Nasdaq, with its predominance of young technology companies, is typically one of the world's most volatile markets.
    • The predominance of females in the patients with a chronic cough is as one may expect.
    • Despite the predominance of female teachers, administrative positions are held predominantly by men.
    • Irritable bowel syndrome affects 10% of adults, with unexplained female predominance.
    • The predominance of men in physics remains a puzzle.
    • The predominance of non-indigenous varieties of trees as avenue trees in the city is a fact that tree-lovers have highlighted.
    • The study area is characterized by the predominance of dry pastures and cereal crops.
  • 2

    (in power, influence)
    primacía feminine
    supremacía feminine
    • The country has always used its economic and military predominance to exert its influence at the Pacific Island Forum.
    • If these problems remain unacknowledged and unaddressed, the country may lose its predominance and endanger its security.
    • Men's predominance in income-earning activities and greater income were translated into greater control over household decision making.
    • It would be easier to disband this group once the majority is assured of its predominance, but not before that.
    • The ongoing and increasing predominance of English in world culture and commerce will continue to provide many advantages to Britain in many arenas.
    • In England, it remained distinctively regional, and was particularly associated with areas of Puritan activism and social predominance like Essex.
    • Spain's Philip II believed that control of the gold of Peru and silver of Mexico would guarantee his nation's predominance in Europe.
    • The world has become too large and complex to accept the predominance of one power.