dominated, past tense; dominated, past participle; dominates, 3rd person singular present; dominating, present participle;
Have a commanding influence on; exercise control over
the company dominates the market for operating system software
Be the most important or conspicuous person or thing in
the race was dominated by the 1992 champion
(of something tall or high) Have a commanding position over; overlook
a picturesque city dominated by the cathedral tower
predominate: be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance; "Money reigns supreme here"; "Hispanics predominate in this neighborhood"
be in control; "Her husband completely dominates her"
have dominance or the power to defeat over; "Her pain completely mastered her"; "The methods can master the problems"
overshadow: be greater in significance than; "the tragedy overshadowed the couple's happiness"
look down on; "The villa dominates the town"
(dominated) controlled or ruled by superior authority or power
The Dominate was the 'despotic' latter phase of government in the ancient Roman Empire from the conclusion of the Third Century Crisis of 235–284 until the formal date of the collapse of the Western Empire in AD 476. It followed the period known as the Principate. ...
Dominate is the third album by Adagio. The album was produced by Stephan Forté and Kevin Codfert, and mixed at House Of Audio Studios in Germany by Dennis Ward. It is also the first and only Adagio album to feature Gus Monsanto on vocals.
Dominate is the brand name of a range of hair styling products currently sold in Australia, New Zealand and United Kingdom.
(Dominated (Entourage)) The following is a list of episodes for the HBO original series Entourage.
(Domination (BDSM)) Dominance and submission (also known as D&s, Ds or D/s) is a set of behaviors, customs and rituals involving the giving by one individual to another individual of dominance over them in an erotic episode or as a lifestyle.
(Domination (board game)) Focus is an abstract strategy board game, designed by Sid Sackson and first published in 1964 by Kosmos. The game has been re-published many times since, sometimes under the titles Domination or Dominio. Focus won the 1981 Spiel des Jahres and Essen Feather awards. ...
(domination) The act of dominating; exercise of power in ruling; dominion; supremacy; authority, often done in an arbitrary or insolent way
(Dominated) A hand which is beaten by another, where both hands hold a hand of equal rank. For example, the hand J9 is dominated by the hand AJ.
(Dominated) In holdem poker, a hand that is similar to another hand but has a lower kicker, is a "dominated" hand. If you hold K8 and your opponent had KQ, your hand is dominated buy the higher kicker. You need to draw the 8 because the K won't make your hand better against your opponent. ...
(Dominated) Describes the circumstances in which one hand is markedly better than another.
(Dominated) a solution is dominated if another solution is more optimal in one or more objectives, with all remaining objectives being equal
(Domination) 1. Technique for achieving greater impact than competitors by heavier spending in a medium or media group, or concentrating activities into a smaller variety of media types. Opposite of 'Dissipation' & 'Fragmentation'.
(Domination) Given an n×n board, find the domination number, which is the minimum number of queens (or other pieces) needed to attack or occupy every square. For the 8×8 board, the queen's domination number is 5.
(Domination) When a piece is going to be captured even though there is plenty of space to move across the board, the situation is referred to as Domination.
(Domination) happens, when each of the two players has one matching card, but if the other card of one of them is stronger — he dominates, the player with a weaker card is called dominated. Domination is especially dangerous in case of aces.
(Domination) n. When a hand is uniquely inferior to another particular hand. AQ is dominated by AK, because an ace is useless to it (see kicker). A king also destroys AQ. AQ is helped only by a queen -- provided no king falls. ...
domination is often indirect. People often feel they are fighting domination when they are yielding to it. Domination is not merely oppression that refuses to let the people have their pleasure. ...
v. have control of or a very strong influence on (people, events, etc)
A starting hand which is likely to be better than the others is said to dominate that particular hand.