male-dominated

male-dominated

adj
dominated or controlled by males; having more males, esp in powerful positions, than females
Translations

male-dominated

[ˈmeɪlˈdɒmɪneɪtɪd] ADJdominado por los hombres

male-dominated

adjvon Männern beherrscht; male-dominated societyMännergesellschaft f
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Angela typically attends 12 to 16 races and 3 to 4 trade shows each year, making her quite a novelty in the male-dominated world of drag racing.
While Cecelia Chen, Julia Toro, ReAnne Zheng, Rebecca Rawling and Teresa Moore haven't produced the summer's biggest blockbuster, these girls are on a path they hope will lead to busting up a male-dominated industry: movie-making.
Comic books and graphic novels are often portrayed as a male-dominated field--for a lot of women, comics conjure up images of little boys reading Spider-Man.
The event encourages fathers to take their daughters to work in the effort to introduce girls to more traditionally male-dominated professions.
Judith Boice compiled the first edition of Mother Earth in 1992 to give women a voice in the often male-dominated field of nature writing and photography.
In doing so the authors dare to venture into thoughtful and productive speculation about what may lie between the lines in male-dominated documentation and how we may negotiate the many silences about women 's roles in commissioning works of art.
As a scholar concerned with gender equality, Daly is alarmed by findings that the hierarchical male-dominated West German welfare state aids those at the bottom more than the relatively egalitarian UK system.
Just as deer hunting has been a traditionally a male-dominated sport, the paper industry--particularly the environmental and engineering (or technical) fields--attracts more men than women.
Theology used male language and images to speak about a male God to a male-dominated church, and accepted Augustine's and Thomas Aquinas' views that women were mentally, ethically, and spiritually inferior to men.
Yet, images of women in traditionally male-dominated occupations can be difficult to find.
It's evolutionary, and it has been taking place in a number of once male-dominated professions.
Workplace injuries to women are lower in female-dominated occupations, whereas injury rates for women working in male-dominated professions increase.