-poly

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See also: poly, pöly, póly, poly-, and poly.

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Derived, by analogy with monopoly, from the root of Ancient Greek πωλέω (pōléō, I sell).

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-poly

  1. (economics) Pertaining to the number of sellers in a market.
  2. Pertaining to a derivative of the board game Monopoly.

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