dominate over

candy-man

Senior Member
Polish/Poland
Hello everybody,

I need your help :)

1. All the members of the organisation rebelled against being dominated over by one (is a comma required here?)single person.

2.John seemed to be dominating over the whole organisation during the meeting.

I'm awaiting your helpful suggestions and comments about these two sentences ;-) Thank you in advance.
 
  • Paul.H

    New Member
    Ireland English
    'Dominate' means 'to impose one's will over someone', so it is is used on its own without the extra 'over', so....

    1. All the members of the organisation rebelled against being dominated by one (no comma) single person

    2. John seemed to be dominating the whole organisation during the meeting
     
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