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monopoly

noun [C or S]     /məˈnɒp.əl.i/ US  /-ˈnɑː.pəl-/
(an organization or group which has) complete control of something, especially an area of business, so that others have no share 壟斷(機構);專賣;獨佔 The government is determined to protect its tobacco monopoly. 政府決意保護其煙草專賣權。 Is Microsoft a monopoly? 微軟是壟斷企業嗎? The drafting of a new constitution cannot be a monopoly of the white minority regime (= other people should do it too). 新憲法的起草不能由佔人口少數的白人政權壟斷。 He does not have a/the monopoly on (= He is not the only one who has) good looks. 長得好看的不止他一個。 Mergers and takeovers
monopolistic     /məˌnɒp.əlˈɪs.tɪk/ US  /-ˌnɑː.pəˈlɪs-/ adjective usually disapproving
Translations of “monopoly”
in Vietnamese độc quyền…
in Spanish monopolio…
in Thai ระบบผูกขาด…
in Malaysian monopoli…
in French monopole…
in German das Monopol…
in Indonesian monopoli…
in Russian монополия, монополист…
in Turkish tekel, tekelcilik, tekel düzeni…
in Chinese (Simplified) 垄断(机构), 专卖, 独占…
in Polish monopol…
(Definition of monopoly from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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