Definition of dominator in English:

dominator

noun

  • See dominate

    • ‘As the imbalance of power between the two grows, the dominated girl is no longer recognized by her dominator as a subject.’
    • ‘It ought not be surprising at all, then, that whistleblowers get persecuted using all the insidious, ingenious, devious, and oppressive means dominators in our society can apply.’
    • ‘When properly manipulated, bureaucrats can help dominators maintain their tight grip on markets while supplying a convenient scapegoat for unfair rules.’
    • ‘The two were well on their way to becoming dominators of the UK trance scene.’
    • ‘But then, human determination, imagination and ingenuity, when put to the service of justice, have had an uncanny and unpredictable way of playing havoc with the plans of dominators.’

Pronunciation

dominator

/ˈdɒmɪneɪtə/