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Spanish translation of “dominant”

dominant

adjective /ˈdominənt/
ruling; most important; strongest
dominante
the dominant group in society Green was the dominant colour in the room.
dominance noun
dominio, control, preponderancia
Has Manchester United’s dominance of English football finally come to an end?
dominate /-neit/ verb to have command or influence (over)
dominar
She tends to dominate her husband.
to be most strong or most noticeable etc (in)
dominar
The skyline is dominated by the castle.
domination noun
dominación, dominio
the company’s domination of the market.
dominant trait noun (biology) a genetically determined characteristic which will be expressed if one of the parents possesses the gene for it.
Rasgo Dominante
(Definition of dominant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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