monopolise


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monopolise


Past participle: monopolised
Gerund: monopolising

Imperative
monopolise
monopolise
Present
I monopolise
you monopolise
he/she/it monopolises
we monopolise
you monopolise
they monopolise
Preterite
I monopolised
you monopolised
he/she/it monopolised
we monopolised
you monopolised
they monopolised
Present Continuous
I am monopolising
you are monopolising
he/she/it is monopolising
we are monopolising
you are monopolising
they are monopolising
Present Perfect
I have monopolised
you have monopolised
he/she/it has monopolised
we have monopolised
you have monopolised
they have monopolised
Past Continuous
I was monopolising
you were monopolising
he/she/it was monopolising
we were monopolising
you were monopolising
they were monopolising
Past Perfect
I had monopolised
you had monopolised
he/she/it had monopolised
we had monopolised
you had monopolised
they had monopolised
Future
I will monopolise
you will monopolise
he/she/it will monopolise
we will monopolise
you will monopolise
they will monopolise
Future Perfect
I will have monopolised
you will have monopolised
he/she/it will have monopolised
we will have monopolised
you will have monopolised
they will have monopolised
Future Continuous
I will be monopolising
you will be monopolising
he/she/it will be monopolising
we will be monopolising
you will be monopolising
they will be monopolising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been monopolising
you have been monopolising
he/she/it has been monopolising
we have been monopolising
you have been monopolising
they have been monopolising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been monopolising
you will have been monopolising
he/she/it will have been monopolising
we will have been monopolising
you will have been monopolising
they will have been monopolising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been monopolising
you had been monopolising
he/she/it had been monopolising
we had been monopolising
you had been monopolising
they had been monopolising
Conditional
I would monopolise
you would monopolise
he/she/it would monopolise
we would monopolise
you would monopolise
they would monopolise
Past Conditional
I would have monopolised
you would have monopolised
he/she/it would have monopolised
we would have monopolised
you would have monopolised
they would have monopolised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.monopolise - have and control fully and exclusively; "He monopolizes the laser printer"
control, command - exercise authoritative control or power over; "control the budget"; "Command the military forces"
2.monopolise - have or exploit a monopoly of; "OPEC wants to monopolize oil"
have, have got, hold - have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense; "She has $1,000 in the bank"; "He has got two beautiful daughters"; "She holds a Master's degree from Harvard"
Translations
يَحْتَكِريَسْتأثِر بِ
einokaeinoka; hleypa engum öîrum aî

monopoly

(məˈnopəli) plural moˈnopolies noun
the sole right of making or selling something etc. This firm has a local monopoly of soap-manufacturing.
moˈnopolize, moˈnopolise verb
1. to have a monopoly of or over. They've monopolized the fruit-canning industry.
2. to take up the whole of (eg someone's attention). She tries to monopolize the teacher's attention.
References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile I spent as much time as I decently could at her side; but it was impossible to monopolise her, and the rest of my time there was no difficulty in filling up, you may be sure, in so gay a place.
It indeed is, as we have said, generally gainful for a person to contrive to make a monopoly of anything; for which reason some cities also take this method when they want money, and monopolise their commodities.
I know no station which has a right to monopolise the means of mutual instruction, improvement, and rational entertainment; or which has ever continued to be a station very long, after seeking to do so.