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(someone or something) rules

1. Used to express that someone or something is really excellent. No way, Star Wars rules! Star Trek is just silly by comparison. I think Jerry Seinfeld rules—his stand-up comedy is hilarious!
2. Used to express that someone or something is particularly dominant, especially in a certain area. I'm used to crispier, flatter pizza, but in this city, deep-dish pizza rules.
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"How long did you rule the Emerald City, after I left here?" was the next question.
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