English words and Examples of Usage

use "monopoly" in a sentence

It persuades itself that it has a monopoly on authenticity.

Ukrtelecom is the monopoly fix-line telephone operator in Ukraine.

"He feels like he knows what the problem is and it's monopoly capitalism.

Welcome to Ukrainian Lobby Just who has a monopoly on victimization?

We have to break any monopoly that works well for the 1% and leave 99% behind.

The state is unable to function normally, and it has lost its monopoly on power.

I would find these complaints valid if Uber were a monopoly… but it isn’t.

I wanted a big game show," he said, and found it in "Monopoly Millionaires' Club."

Well, some Monopoly players in France are about to have that dream become a reality.

He called it a Monopoly game where the losers are the readers of the daily American newspaper.

January 2006 - Russian energy monopoly Gazprom briefly cuts off natural gas supplies to Ukraine.

Simultaneously, he is unapologetically entrenching the CCP’s monopoly power under his leadership.

And as DW columnist Frank Sieren writes, it is calling the United States' monopoly into question.

Qualcomm said on Monday it would not contest the ruling that it violated China's anti-monopoly law.

Its task now includes eliminating SOEs’ monopoly power, which is hampering market competition.

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