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monopolize

verb [T] (BUSINESS)
商业
( UK usually monopolise)
 
 
/məˈnɒp.əl.aɪz/ US  /-ˈnɑː.pə.laɪz/
in business, to control something completely and to prevent other people having any effect on what happens
垄断;包办;实行…的专卖
The company had monopolized the photography market for so many decades that they didn't worry about competition from other companies.
这家公司垄断摄影市场几十年,他们不担心来自其他公司的竞争。
Mergers and takeovers
monopolization ( UK usually monopolisation)
 
 
/məˌnɒp.əl.aɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/ US  /-ˌnɑː.pəl-/ noun [U]
Translations of “monopolize”
in Chinese (Traditional) 商業, 壟斷, 包辦…
in Russian монополизировать…
in Turkish tekeline almak, tekelleştirmek…
in Polish zmonopolizować…
(Definition of monopolize verb (BUSINESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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