Definición de dominion en inglés:

dominion

Silabificación: do·min·ion
Pronunciación: /dəˈminyən
 
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sustantivo

  • 2 (usually dominions) The territory of a sovereign or government: the Angevin dominions
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Just as oil and water do not mix, neither do art and life: They are separate and sovereign dominions that coexist without mixing, each with its own idiosyncrasies, values, and morality.
    • The union leadership has bolstered this tactic by placing control of their respective territorial dominions ahead of the welfare of the union membership.
    • America, he noted, has ‘achieved a degree of power in the contemporary world community which dwarfs the dominions of the empires of the past’.
    Sinónimos
    dependency, colony, protectorate, territory, province, possession
    historical tributary
  • 2.1 (Dominion) • historical Each of the self-governing territories of the British Commonwealth.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • In 1907, New Zealand was made a Dominion of Great Britain.
    • The British North America Act created the Dominion of Canadian by 1867.
    • Self-governing dominions in the British Empire - such as Canada and after 1947 India - also had one vote each.

Origen

Middle English: via Old French from medieval Latin dominio(n-), from Latin dominium, from dominus 'lord, master'.

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