- dominyddolyn bennaf yndominants
Noun(1) (music(2) an allele that produces the same phenotype whether its paired allele is identical or different
Adjective(1) exercising influence or control(2) (of genes(3) most frequent or common
(1) The mountains represent the dominant terrain of the country and the rising sun represents a ‘new dawn’ for the nation.(2) To make progress in their struggle for equality, they needed to wrest power from their own dominant strata.(3) In measures 68 and 69, an A-major chord, the dominant of the key, is sounded, signaling the end of the piece.(4) In an environment with moving sand, tolerance to partial burial seems to be a requisite for the dominant plant species.(5) Councillors heard the property was in a dominant position overlooking the Upper Green, and due to design details did not contribute favourably to the appearance of the conservation area.(6) Although the dominant strategy is to not donate, approximately 50% of the students donated.(7) They will not be the dominant power for long anyway.(8) How has all this misleading language become so dominant across the political spectrum?(9) The gene governing taillessness is an incomplete dominant .(10) The emergence of improvement as a dominant ideology derived from three of its characteristics.(11) The romantics are moralistic, rebellious against the perceived dominant power, and combative against any who appear to stray from the true path.(12) Moreover, the development of a dominant ideology deserves a mention in this context.(13) When covering a region from dominant terrain, evacuate the force by establishing a series of perimeter posts.(14) Sandy areas at the study site can be classified into two habitat types based on mobility of the sand and on the dominant perennial plant species.(15) Geopolitics, history and common sense all indicate that a dominant power chooses its own policies without being influenced by the special wishes of others - however friendly.(16) By the 1930s, it had become the dominant paradigm in American experimental psychology.
(1) dominant position :: sefyllfa gref
2. assertive ::
3. main ::
4. rife ::
1. last ::
2. least ::
Different Formsdominant, dominantly, dominants
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