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German translation of “monopoly”

monopoly

noun /məˈnopəli/ (plural monopolies)
the sole right of making or selling something etc
das Monopol
a state monopoly on oil production.
monopolize verb ( monopolise) to have a monopoly of or over
monopolosieren
They’ve monopolized the fruit-canning industry.
to take up the whole of (eg someone’s attention)
mit Beschlag belegen
She tries to monopolize the teacher’s attention.
(Definition of monopoly from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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