Definition of monopolization in English:

monopolization

Translate monopolization into Spanish

noun

(also British monopolisation)

See monopolize

‘A current issue in many countries is the monopolisation of media by powerful interests, whether private or public.’
  • ‘Both trends resulted from states’ increasing monopolization and perfection of coercive means.’
  • ‘Further deregulation will only lead to monopolization.’
  • ‘Essentially, this unregulation of media ownership would lead to the full-scale monopolization of our news sources.’
  • ‘Consider indigenous seeds, for millennia developed and freely shared by agricultural communities, now subject to long-term monopolization by global corporations through patenting.’

Pronunciation

monopolization

/məˌnäpələˈzāSH(ə)n/ /məˌnɑpələˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/