Dominate:(dom·i·nate) Pronunced: 'dä-m&-"nAt verb
Etymology: Latin dominatus, past participle of dominari, from dominus master; akin to Latin domus house -- more at DOME transitive verb
1 : RULE, CONTROL
2 : to exert the supreme determining or guiding influence on
3 : to overlook from a superior elevation or command because of superior height or position
4 a : to be predominant in b: to have a commanding or preeminent place or position in
1 : to have or exert mastery, control, or preeminence
2 : to occupy a more elevated or superior position - dom·i·na·tive /-"nA-tiv/ adjective - dom·i·na·tor /-"nA-t&r/ noun
Submit:(sub·mit) Pronunced: s&b-'mit verb
Etymology: Middle English submitten, from Latin submittere to lower, submit, from sub- + mittere to send transitive verb
1 a : to yield to governance or authority b : to subject to a condition, treatment, or operation
2 : to present or propose to another for review, consideration, or decision; also : to deliver formally
3 : to put forward as an opinion or contention
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