1 exercising influence or control; "television plays a dominant role in molding public opinion"; "the dominant partner in the marriage" [ant: subordinate]
2 of genes; producing the same phenotype whether its allele is identical or dissimilar [ant: recessive] n : (music) the fifth note of the diatonic scale
- The fifth major tone of a musical scale (five major steps above the note in question); thus G is the dominant of C, A of D, and so on.
- The triad built on the dominant tone.
tone of a musical scale
- Czech: dominanta
- Ruling; governing; prevailing; controlling; predominant; as, the dominant party, church, spirit, power.
- Czech: převládající
- Finnish: vallitseva, hallitseva
- German: dominant
- Hebrew: דומיננטי
- Japanese: 支配的な
Domination is the condition of having control or power over people, animals, or things.
The terms Domination or dominant may refer to:
- Dominant (music), in music theory
- Domination (rapper) (b. 1982), an American rapper from Queens, New York
- Domination (album), 1995 album by U.S. death metal band Morbid Angel
- "Domination", a song on Pantera's 1990 album, Cowboys From Hell
- "Domination", a song on Symphony X's 2007 album, Paradise Lost
- Dominating decision rule, in decision theory
- Domination (chess) occurs where a chess piece with wide movement cannot avoid capture.
- Domination (computer game) is a turn-based computer game.
- Domination (poker), way of rating a poker hand
- Domination, also known as Focus (board game), a 1964 game designed by Sid Sackson
- Domination, a multiplayer game mode featured in the popular 2007 video game Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, among others.
- The Domination, a series of dystopian novels by S. M. Stirling
dominant in Danish: Dominans
dominant in German: Dominanz
dominant in French: Dominant
dominant in Hebrew: דומיננטי
dominant in Dutch: Dominant
dominant in Norwegian: Dominant
dominant in Low German: Dominanz
dominant in Russian: Доминанта
dominant in Slovak: Dominant
dominant in Ukrainian: Домінанта
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