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pre·pon·der·ant

 (prĭ-pŏn′dər-ənt)
adj.
1. Having superior force, importance, or influence: "No big modern war has been won without preponderant sea power" (Samuel Eliot Morison).
2. Having greater weight; heavier.

pre·pon′der·ant·ly adv.
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Adv.1.preponderantly - much greater in number or influence; "the patients are predominantly indigenous"
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preponderantly

[prɪˈpɒndərəntlɪ] ADVpreponderantemente, predominantemente, de modo predominante
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preponderantly

[prɪˈpɒndrntlɪ] advin modo preponderante
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