Definition of dominancy in English:

dominancy

noun

  • See dominance

    • ‘This has become possible only with the transformation of patriarchy under the pressures of modernity that promotes equality as a goal and the dominancy of the professional ethos that the militaries cannot refrain from in modernization.’
    • ‘I think she has latent dominancy issues to sort out.’
    • ‘The only phase of the match, in which they struggled with their game, was in the second quarter, when their challengers exploited their only period of dominancy to score six points in succession to draw level in the 26th minute.’
    • ‘They failed dismally to translate their periods of dominancy into sufficient scores that could have salvaged something from this game.’
    • ‘The most obvious factor at play in determining dominancy is sheer physical size.’