be generally seen, done, etc.
gain victory; occupy a dominant position
persuade (sb) (to do sth); lead or induce
"Money reigns supreme here"
"Hispanics predominate in this neighborhood"
"This theory still holds"
"These stories die hard"
"The legend of Elvis endures"
"The champion prevailed, though it was a hard fight"
"He prevailed upon her to visit his parents"
It..prevails against all cold Diseases of the Head, Brain, Nerves and Womb.
出自： W. Salmon
In the end the moral law prevails over the law of the jungle.
出自： A. G. Gardiner
On you go, jolly and optimistic that right will prevail.
出自： D. Lessing
We can't hope to prevail against such overwhelming odds.
We prevailed on him to write a memoir.
He tries to prevail upon me to give up smoking.
He was prevailed upon to deliver us a lecture.
He is not easily prevailed on to give up smoking.