verb (used with object), mo·nop·o·lized, mo·nop·o·liz·ing.
to acquire, have, or exercise a monopoly of.
to obtain exclusive possession of; keep entirely to oneself: Children monopolize one's time.
Also especially British, mo·nop·o·lise.
Origin of monopolize
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On paper, the Chinese government became the monopolizer of legal ivory sales within its own country.China’s Blood Ivory Bazaar
June 30, 2014
to have, control, or make use of fully, excluding others
to obtain, maintain, or exploit a monopoly of (a market, commodity, etc)
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