霸主 (Chinese PinYin: [bà zhǔ]; traditional Chinese:霸主) may mean: (1) noun. overlord; (2) noun. tyrant; (3) noun. hegemony; (4) noun. supremacy. Literally: 霸 (dominating) + 主 (lord). It is a medium-frequency word and often used in formal and written Mandarin Chinese. Note that the term is usually derogatory in tone.
1. How to pronounce 霸主?
Chinese Pinyin: [bà zhǔ]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 霸主
Synonyms: 统治者, 暴君, 霸王,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 霸主
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 霸主地位 (to dominate in; the overlord status), 世界霸主 (lord of the world),
4. How to use 霸主 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 霸主.
Translation: If Britain was a maritime hegemon and the US an airborne and economic one, then China will be a cultural one, he predicts.
Translation: Before the rise of the dinosaurs, the animal world was dominated by crurotarsans, ancient relatives of modern crocodiles.
Translation: South Korea is also expected to dominate in taekwondo, archery, wrestling, weightlifting and billiards.
Translation: This is what economic hegemony will look like.
Translation: There is little evidence that China wishes to jeopardize its burgeoning affluence by adventurist attempts to contest American hegemony.
Translation: Whether US hegemony lasts 10, 20, or 30 years, its days are numbered regardless of whether China starts growing less rapidly than it has in recent decades.
Translation: Before Japan’s economic ascent, the Soviet Union was thought to challenge American economic supremacy.
Translation: Another, and very different, example is Germany’s bid to challenge France’s position in Europe and Britain’s supremacy at sea in the late 19th century.
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