English-German translation for "predominate"

"predominate" German translation

predominate
[priˈd(ɒ)mineit; -mə-]intransitive verb | intransitives Verb v/i

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  • überlegen sein
    predominate be superior: in numbers, intellect, physiqueet cetera, and so on | etc., und so weiter etc
    predominate be superior: in numbers, intellect, physiqueet cetera, and so on | etc., und so weiter etc
  • die Oberhandor | oder od das Übergewicht haben (over überaccusative (case) | Akkusativ akk)
    predominate have upper hand
    predominate have upper hand
predominate
[priˈd(ɒ)mineit; -mə-]transitive verb | transitives Verb v/t

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  • die Oberhand gewinnen über (accusative (case) | Akkusativakk)
    predominate gain upper hand over
    predominate gain upper hand over
Es gibt bereits genügend Neid in vielen anderen Zusammenhängen.
Enough envy predominates in plenty of other contexts.
Source: Europarl
Innerhalb dieser Gruppe ist Fußball eindeutig vorherrschend.
And within this group, football clearly predominates.
Source: Europarl
Im Ausschuss herrschte zunächst Ratlosigkeit.
At first, a sense of helplessness predominated in the committee.
Source: Europarl
Wir sollten uns meines Erachtens vorrangig für diese Form der Beziehungen entscheiden.
I feel that this is the form that should predominate in our contacts.
Source: Europarl
Die Lage im Irak ist hier das alles beherrschende Thema.
The situation in Iraq predominates here.
Source: Europarl
Das zeigt, dass in einigen großen Fragen über Parteigrenzen hinaus gemeinsame Auffassungen bestehen.
This shows that on certain major questions a general view predominates over party lines.
Source: Europarl
Die offenen Fragen überwogen, und der gemeinsame Grund war schmal.
Unresolved issues have predominated, and the common ground has been narrow.
Source: Europarl
Wir wissen nicht, welche der beiden Auswirkungen überwiegt. & #160;
We do not know which of the two effects predominates. &# 160;
Source: News-Commentary
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