OTHER WORDS FROM oligopolyol·i·gop·o·lis·tic [ol-i-gop-uh-lis-tik], /ˌɒl ɪˌgɒp əˈlɪs tɪk/, adjective
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Combating potential oligopolies, asymmetries of power between landlords and tenants, high rents, and overly high home prices begins with ensuring housing abundance.Wall Street isn’t to blame for the chaotic housing market|Jerusalem Demsas|June 11, 2021|Vox
I believe that markets are much broader, even in oligopoly markets, where you say there could be coordinated pricing.How to Fix the Hot Mess of U.S. Healthcare (Ep. 456)|Stephen J. Dubner|April 1, 2021|Freakonomics
Putting forward a strong economic case enabled the movement to gain traction among leading business networks and even blue-collar workers, who often look to the country’s oligopolies for political cues.
On the other hand, Israel's banking oligopoly feels to ordinary consumers like a protection racket.
It worked in broadcast TV, when we had three big networks and they operated an oligopoly.
British Dictionary definitions for oligopoly
Derived forms of oligopolyoligopolistic, adjective
Word Origin for oligopoly
Cultural definitions for oligopoly
Control over the production and sale of a product or service by a few companies.