exclusive control of a commodity or service in a particular market, or a control that makes possible the manipulation of prices.
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an exclusive privilege to carry on a business, traffic, or service, granted by a government.
the exclusive possession or control of something.
something that is the subject of such control, as a commodity or service.
a company or group that has such control.
the market condition that exists when there is only one seller.
(initial capital letter) a board game in which a player attempts to gain a monopoly of real estate by advancing around the board and purchasing property, acquiring capital by collecting rent from other players whose pieces land on that property.
Copy from the statutes of two states far apart, those sections that pertain to anti-trust or anti-monopoly legislation.
Manual of References and Exercises in Economics Frank A. Fetter
Frank is the politician of the concern; the greenback, anti-monopoly, mugwump man!
A Man of Samples Wm. H. Maher
The anti-monopoly leaguers had better go to driving street cars.
Peck’s Sunshine George W. Peck
Would it not be far better for the anti-monopoly cause in the north?
The Brothers’ War John Calvin Reed
Butler had hesitated for several weeks in his acceptance of the nomination by the anti-monopoly Convention.
The New Nation Frederic L. Paxson
noun (pl) -lies
exclusive control of the market supply of a product or service
an enterprise exercising this control
the product or service so controlled
(law) the exclusive right or privilege granted to a person, company, etc, by the state to purchase, manufacture, use, or sell some commodity or to carry on trade in a specified country or area
exclusive control, possession, or use of something
trademark a board game for two to six players who throw dice to advance their tokens around a board, the object being to acquire the property on which their tokens land
“exclusive control of a commodity or trade,” 1530s, from Latin monopolium, from Greek monopolion “right of exclusive sale,” from mono- + polein “to sell,” from PIE root *pel- (5) “to sell” (cf. Sanskrit panate “barters, purchases,” Lithuanian pelnas “gain,” Old Church Slavonic splenu, Russian polon “prey, booty,” Old Norse falr, Dutch veil, German feil “for sale, venal”).
Alternative form monopole (1540s, from the Old French form of the word) was common in 16c. The popular board game, invented by Charles Darrow, is from 1935. Monopoly money “unreal currency” is attested from 1972, in reference to the paper used in the game.
The exclusive control by one company of a service or product.
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capable of reducing the frequency of mutation.
any of a class of substances that blunt the senses, as opium, morphine, belladonna, and alcohol, that in large quantities produce euphoria, stupor, or coma, that when used constantly can cause habituation or addiction, and that are used in medicine to relieve pain, cause sedation, and induce sleep. anything that exercises a soothing or numbing […]
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