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Translation of "monopoly" - English-Spanish dictionary

monopoly

noun   /məˈnɒp.əl.i/
A (an organization or group that has) complete control of something, especially an area of business, so that others have no share monopolio The government is determined to protect its tobacco monopoly. Is Microsoft a monopoly? The drafting of a new constitution cannot be a monopoly of the white minority regime (= other people should do it too). He does not have a/the monopoly on (= he is not the only one who has) good looks.256
monopolistic adjective   /məˌnɒp.əlˈɪs.tɪk/ usually disapproving
(Definition of monopoly from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

monopoly

noun /məˈnopəli/ ( plural monopolies)
(business ) the sole right of making or selling something etc monopolio a state monopoly on oil production.
monopolize verb ( (also monopoliseBritish))
to have a monopoly of or over monopolizar They’ve monopolized the fruit-canning industry.
to take up the whole of (eg someone’s attention) monopolizar She tries to monopolize the teacher’s attention.
(Definition of monopoly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “monopoly”
in Vietnamese độc quyền…
in Malaysian monopoli…
in Thai ระบบผูกขาด…
in French monopole…
in German das Monopol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 垄断(机构), 专卖, 独占…
in Turkish tekel, tekelcilik, tekel düzeni…
in Russian монополия, монополист…
in Indonesian monopoli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 壟斷(機構), 專賣, 獨佔…
in Polish monopol…
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