Competing

  • 1 competing — competing; non·competing; …

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  • 2 competing — index competitive (antagonistic), contestable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 competing — com|pet|ing [kəmˈpi:tıŋ] adj [only before noun] 1.) competing stories, ideas etc cannot all be right or accepted ▪ Several people gave competing accounts of the accident. ▪ a compromise between competing interests within the organization ▪… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 4 competing — com|pet|ing [ kəm pitıŋ ] adjective only before noun * 1. ) competing arguments, claims, theories, etc. cannot all be true or cannot all be dealt with in an equal way: We have to choose between the competing priorities of industry, health, and… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 5 competing — [[t]kəmpi͟ːtɪŋ[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n Competing ideas, requirements, or interests cannot all be right or satisfied at the same time. → See also compete They talked about the competing theories of the origin of life. ...the competing interests of beach… …

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  • 6 competing */ — UK [kəmˈpiːtɪŋ] / US [kəmˈpɪtɪŋ] adjective [only before noun] 1) competing arguments, claims, theories etc cannot all be true or cannot all be dealt with in an equal way We have to choose between the competing priorities of industry, health, and… …

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  • 7 competing — adjective competing claims/interests/theories etc competing claims etc are two claims that cannot both be accepted: We ve got several competing priorities to decide between …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 8 Competing — Compete Com*pete , v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Competed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Competing}.] [L. completere, competitum; com + petere to seek. See {Petition}.] To contend emulously; to seek or strive for the same thing, position, or reward for which another… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 9 competing — /kəm pi:tɪŋ/ adjective which competes ♦ competing firms firms which compete with each other ♦ competing products products from different companies which have the same use and are sold in the same markets at similar prices …

    Marketing dictionary in english

  • 10 competing — /kəm pi:tɪŋ/ adjective which competes ♦ competing firms firms which compete with each other ♦ competing products products from different companies which have the same use and are sold in the same markets at similar prices …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 11 competing — adj. Competing is used with these nouns: ↑bid, ↑claim, ↑demand, ↑faction, ↑hypothesis, ↑ideology, ↑interest, ↑interpretation, ↑philosophy, ↑product …

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  • 12 competing — [kəmˈpiːtɪŋ] adj competing arguments, claims, or theories cannot all be true …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 13 competing — varžymasis statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Išskirtinis žmogaus judėjimo aktyvumas oficialiųjų sporto varžybų sąlygomis, esant didelei (neretai didžiausiai) psichinių ir fizinių jėgų įtampai; sportinės kovos (varžybų) vyksmas …

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  • 14 competing — adjective being in the state of competition (often unintentionally) …

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  • 15 competing — com·pete || kÉ™m piːt v. contest, contend against another; participate in a contest …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 16 competing — In a state of competition; two or more businesses or industries producing or selling the same or essentially the same products or services without restraint of any kind upon their efforts to sell any or all of their products or services to any… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 17 competing — present part. of compete …

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  • 18 Competing endogenous RNA (CeRNA) — Competing endogenous RNAs (abbreviated ceRNAs) communicate with and regulate other RNA transcripts by competing for shared microRNAs.[1] Contents 1 Mechanism of action 2 The PTEN ceRNA network …

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  • 19 Competing harms — is a legal doctrine in certain U.S. states, particularly in New England. For example, the Maine Criminal Code holds that Conduct that the person believes to be necessary to avoid imminent physical harm to that person or another is justifiable if… …

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  • 20 competing bid — or competing offer Where there is more than one contemporaneous offer for a target. Related links stakebuilding competitive situation Practical Law Dictionary. Glos …

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