Dictionary of the word “duoopolist”

Meaning of the word

The word “duoopolist” is an adjective that refers to something related to a duopoly, which is a market situation in which only two companies dominate the offer of a particular product or service.

Origin of the word

The word “duopolyist” originates in the term “duopoly”, which is formed by the junction of the prefix “duo”, which means “two”, and the suffix “polio”, which means “salesman”.

Word adverbs

There are no specific adverbs related to the word “duoopolist”.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “duoopolist”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms of the word “duopolyist” are: oligopolist, monopolist, dominant, controller.

Word Definitions

  1. Relative to a duopoly;
  2. which belongs or is related to a market dominated by two companies;
  3. which exerts significant control or influence on a duopoly.

Phrases that the word applies

– The two largest telephone companies in the country form a duoopolistic market.

– The aviation sector is dominated by an airline duopoly.

Examples of the word in text

1. In the soft drink market duopoly, the two large companies compete fiercely for market share.

2. Technology companies form a duopoly, controlling most of the industry.

Rhymes with the word

Some examples of words that rhyme with “duoopolist” are: optimistic, pessimistic, climber, tourist, conquest.

Anagrams with the word

Some possible anagrams with the word “duoopolist” are: self -posted, poli -polydauts.

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