English version

reign supreme

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreign supremereign supremeif someone or something reigns supreme, they are the most important part of a situation or time It was a time when romance reigned supreme. reign
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reign supremeAnd it is not only in Washington that this belief reigns supreme.For dessert, fruit pies, cakes, fudgy walnut brownies and cookies reign supreme.It was an interesting event for she has a distinct voice in which melody reigns supreme.Not surprisingly, perhaps, those salad and sandwich platters reign supreme earlier in the day.But from the early years of the twentieth century to the 1930s classical styles reigned supreme for all larger city stations.His system of political patronage and agile intimidation of potential enemies reigns supreme in the economically depressed territories.The wide-cut style still reigns supreme over slimmer styles, and are easier to wear.
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