HyperDic: dominar

Español > 13 sentidos de la palabra dominar:
VERBOpossessiondominar, apoderarse, apoderar, captar, capturar, confiscar, conquistar, embargar, incautar, invadir, ocupar, tomartake possession of by force, as after an invasion
socialdominar, comandar, controlar, mandarexercise authoritative control or power over
changedominar, conquistar, contener, inhibir, reprimirto put down by force or authority
socialdominarhave dominance or the power to defeat over
changedominar, amansar, contener, domar, domeñar, someterovercome the wildness of
stativedominar, controlar, mandarbe in control
cognitiondominar, controlarhave a firm understanding or knowledge of
competitiondominar, abrumar, vencerovercome by superior force
stativedominarlook down on
emotiondominar, contenerhold within limits and control
competitiondominar, derrotar, superar, vencerget on top of
emotiondominar, tiranizarrule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner
socialdominarbe master
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 1, possession
SentidoTake possession of by force, as after an invasion.
Sinónimosapoderarse, apoderar, captar, capturar, confiscar, conquistar, embargar, incautar, invadir, ocupar, tomar
Generalanexar, apoderar, capturar, confiscar, embargar, incautar, usurparseize and take control without authority and possibly with force
Inglésappropriate, capture, seize, conquer
Catalánapoderar-se, apoderar, captar, capturar, confiscar, conquerir, embargar, incautar, prendre
AdjetivoapropiativoOf or relating to or given to the act of taking for yourself
Nombresconfiscación, decomiso, incautaciónThe act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
conquista, sometimientoThe act of conquering / conquering
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 2, social
SentidoExercise authoritative control or power over.
Sinónimoscomandar, controlar, mandar
Específicoabordar, administrar, encarar, gestionar, guiar, manejar, ocuparse, ocupar, regentar, tramitar, tratarBe in charge of, act on, or dispose of
apuntar, canalizar, dirigir, encaminar, guiar, indicar, liderar, maniobrardirect the course
conducirse, dirigirsedirect (oneself) somewhere
defenderseMaintain one's position and be in control of a situation
dictaminar, gobernar, mandar, regirExercise authority over
dictar, regirdirect or strongly influence the behavior of
dominarHave dominance or the power to defeat over
dominarBe master
encantarControl by magic spells, as by practicing witchcraft
inquietar, preocuparEngage or engross the interest or attention of beforehand or occupy urgently or obsessively
internacionalizarput under international control
monopolizarHave and control fully and exclusively
presidiract as president
refrenarControl and direct with or as if by reins
reglamentarsubject to rigid discipline / discipline, order, and systematization
Ingléscontrol, command
Cataláncomandar, controlar, dominar, manar
Nombrescomandante, oficial al mandoAn officer in command of a military unit
comandanteA commissioned naval officer who ranks above a lieutenant commander and below a captain
comandantesomeone in an official position of authority who can command or control others
comandanteAn officer in the airforce
controlPower to direct or determine
dominioThe power or authority to command
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 3, change
SentidoTo put down by force or authority.
Sinónimosconquistar, contener, inhibir, reprimir
Específicoacallar, callar, calmar, silenciarCause to be quiet or not talk / talk
silenciarGet rid of, silence, or suppress
tragarseSuppress
Generalcomprobar, contener, controlar, limitar, moderar, ostentar, sustentarlessen the intensity of
Ingléssuppress, stamp down, subdue, conquer
Catalánconquistar, contenir, dominar, reprimir
Adjetivosupresivotending to suppress
Nombresconquista, sometimientoThe act of conquering / conquering
conquistadora, conquistador, debeladorsomeone who is victorious by force of arms
represión, supresiónforceful prevention
supresiónThe act of withholding or withdrawing some book or writing from publication or circulation
supresorAn electrical device for suppressing unwanted currents
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 4, social
SentidoHave dominance or the power to defeat over.
Específicocomandar, mandarBe in command of
someter, subyugarmake subservient
Generalcomandar, controlar, dominar, mandarExercise authoritative control or power over
Inglésdominate, master
Catalándominar
AdjetivodominanteExercising influence or control
Nombresamo, señorA person who has general authority over others
autoridad, autorización, dominación, dominioThe power or right to give orders or make decisions
control, dominioThe act of mastering or subordinating someone
dominio, supremacíaPower to dominate or defeat
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 5, change
SentidoOvercome the wildness of; make docile and tractable.
Sinónimosamansar, contener, domar, domeñar, someter
Categoríaanimales, animal, bestia, criatura, fauna, resA living organism characterized by voluntary movement
Específicocontrolar, domar, domesticar, entrenarmake submissive, obedient, or useful
Generalalterar, cambiar, modificar, mudar, retocar, transformar, variarCause to change
Similardomesticarmake fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans
Inglésdomesticate, domesticize, domesticise, reclaim, tame
Catalánamansar, amansir, contenir, domar, dominar, sotmetre
Adjetivodomesticablecapable of being tamed
NombresdomadorAn animal trainer who tames / tames wild animals
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 6, stative
SentidoBe in control.
Sinónimoscontrolar, mandar
EspecíficoposeerEnter into and control, as of emotions or ideas
superarOvercome
Generalinfluenciar, influirHave and exert influence or effect
Inglésdominate
Cataláncontrolar, dominar, manar
AdjetivodominanteExercising influence or control
Nombresascendiente, control, dominación, dominio, sometimiento, sumisiónThe state that exists when one person or group has power over another
autoridad, dominiodominance or power through legal authority
dominaciónsocial control by dominating
dominio, supremacíaPower to dominate or defeat
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 7, cognition
SentidoHave a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of.
Sinónimocontrolar
Implicacoger, comprender, entenderknow and comprehend the nature or meaning / meaning of
Generalconocer, saberknow how to do or perform something
Similarcontrolar, operarHandle and cause to function
Inglésmaster, control
Cataláncontrolar, dominar
Nombrescontrol, dominioGreat skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity
experto, maestra, maestroAn artist of consummate skill
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 8, competition
SentidoOvercome by superior force.
Sinónimosabrumar, vencer
Específicoaplastar, arrollaroverwhelm by using great force
Generalaplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Inglésoverpower, overmaster, overwhelm
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 9, stative
Sentidolook down on.
Específicoachicarmake appear small by comparison
Generalextenderse, hallarse, mentir, ocupar, radicarBe located or situated somewhere
Inglésdominate, command, overlook, overtop
Catalándominar
NombresmiradorA high place affording a good view
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 10, emotion
Sentidohold within limits and control.
Sinónimocontener
Implicaabstenerse, dejar, desistir, inhibirsechoose not to consume
Generalcomprobar, contener, controlar, limitar, moderar, ostentar, sustentarlessen the intensity of
Inglésmortify, subdue, crucify
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 11, competition
SentidoGet on top of; deal with successfully.
Sinónimosderrotar, superar, vencer
Generalaplastar, bombardear, dar una paliza, derrotar, ganar, triunfar, vencerCome out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Tambiénconstituir, devenir, iniciar, llegar a ser, ponerse, tornar, volverseEnter or assume a certain state or condition
Inglésovercome, get over, subdue, surmount, master
Catalándominar, superar, vèncer
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 12, emotion
SentidoRule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner.
Sinónimotiranizar
Generalatemorizar, intimidarBe bossy towards
Ingléstyrannize, tyrannise, domineer
Nombresautócrata, déspota, dictador, tirana, tiranoA cruel and oppressive dictator
Español > dominar: 13 sentidos > verbo 13, social
SentidoBe master; reign or rule.
Generalcomandar, controlar, dominar, mandarExercise authoritative control or power over
Ingléshold sway

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