Monopolize Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster

He’s always monopolizing the conversation.

The company has monopolized the market for computer operating systems.

One group monopolized the camping area, taking almost all of the campsites.

Recent Examples on the Web

Wiens claims companies like Harley-Davidson, Apple and Microsoft monopolize the supply chain by designing products that prevent users from being able to easily repair them.

Corrinne Hess, Journal Sentinel, 14 July 2022

As portrayed here and elsewhere, Parker was a self-serving con man who monopolized the star’s artistic and personal freedom and now gets to monopolize the retelling of his life.

David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter, 25 May 2022

But Boeing and Lockheed have watched as SpaceX first used the Falcon 9 to take over the market for vehicles to launch satellites and space probes, and then used the Dragon capsule to monopolize human spaceflight to orbit in the US.

Tim Fernholz, Quartz, 24 Feb. 2022

TikTok’s design, which throws users headlong into an immersive, endless stream of snappy content, is designed to monopolize attention.

Chris Stokel-walker, Wired, 1 Mar. 2022

Neither team was able to monopolize the lead for long, though.

New York Times, 28 Mar. 2022

The theory, which explains how nature resets cognition, relies in part on the concept of surrounding activity that occupies your attention but doesn’t monopolize it — activity such as a gentle wind.

Washington Post, 6 Jan. 2022

These issues are all crucial for a seamless user experience, but there is no company better suited to tackle them, bring trust to NFTs, and monopolize video tokenization than YouTube.

Daniel Yurcho, Fortune, 14 Feb. 2022

The true Web3 winners will be the ones that monopolize on blockchain technology with Fun gameplay.

Forbes, 25 Jan. 2022

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