to rule



Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - to rule

"to rule"

to dominate;

to be the best

 

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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - to rule

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  Susan sure is a fantastic dancer.

Friend 2:  She really loves it and she does practice a lot.

Friend 1:  When we go out to dance she rules the dance floor.



Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - to rule

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  What's your favorite food?

Friend 2:  I like Chinese food. How about you?

Friend 1:  Pizza is the number one food of all time. It rules!





to rule - Usage:

formal<---------------|----------X----->informal



to rule - Gerund Form:

In this context, there is no gerund form of to rule.



to rule - Examples:

1)  Trunk rotation is "bad" in skiing, but it rules in climbing.

2)  I saw that movie nine times. It rules!

3)  fun colours, make it permanent Bright, bold hair colour is awesome. It rules.

4)  ... have just bought this phone 2 days ago. I have had it for about 3 hours and it rules.

5)  Pizza is the best food ever.  It rules

6)  HTML5 rules

7)  I rule in badminton. 

8)  You rule in office politics. 

9)  He rules when it comes to having fun. 

10)  She rules in shoe buying. 

11)  We rule the inter-office basketball league. 

12)  They rule at getting the job done. 

13)  I rule at Halo 3. 

14)  You rule at bridge. 

15)  He rules at golf. 

16)  She rules at tennis. 

17)  We rule the dance floor. 

18)  They rule the administrative wing. 

19)  We rule

20)  You rule!