competition


competition
n.
rivalry
opposition

1) to offer, provide competition

2) to undercut, undersell the competition

3) bitter, fierce, formidable, keen, stiff, strong; cutthroat, unfair, unscrupulous; fair; free, unfettered; healthy competition

4) competition among, between; with (stiff competition among several firms)

5) competition for (competition for control of the market)

6) in competition with

contest
match

7) to hold, stage a competition

8) a gymnastics; high-diving; speed-skating competition

9) (an) open competition

10) a competition for (a competition for the championship)

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[ˌkɒmpɪ'tɪʃ(ə)n]
between
cutthroat
fierce
formidable
healthy competition
high-diving
provide competition
speed-skating competition
stage a competition
strong
undersell the competition
unfettered
with (stiff competition among several firms)
(an) open competition
['contest'] ['match'] to hold
['rivalry'] ['opposition'] to offer
a gymnastics
in competition with
to undercut
competition among
a competition for (a competition for the championship)
competition for (competition for control of the market)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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