The exclusive possession or control of the supply of or trade in a commodity or service
A board game in which players engage in simulated property and financial dealings using imitation money. It was invented in the US and the name was coined by Charles Darrow circa 1935
A monopoly over a commodity, product, or service in one's own country.
The value of something in which a monopoly is held; extra value arising from the holding of a monopoly.
Money regarded as having no real existence or value
A capitalist system typified by trade monopolies in the hands of a few people
A monopoly in which the same product or service is provided to different markets at different prices; also as a mass noun.