Italian translation of 'compete'
to compete (with)
essere in concorrenza (con),
fare concorrenza (a)(vie)
essere in competizione (con)to compete in
partecipare aI'm competing in the marathon
partecipo alla maratonato compete for sth
contendersi qc(take part)
concorrere in qc,
concorrere per qcthere are fifty students competing for six places
ci sono cinquanta studenti che concorrono per sei postito compete with one another
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Example Sentences Including 'compete'
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Her other main source of income is prize money from competing in races around the world.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The changes experienced in these new countries has raised many questions about how firms and consumers compete for goods.Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)
The issuing firm can make sure that underwriters compete for its business.Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)
These companies will have to raise their game and compete.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Who wins when two weak brands compete?THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING (2002)
Both have cerebral palsy, have ridden since four and competed abroad.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Sharing ideas rather than competing gets the best results at work and home.The Sun (2010)
There are more than a dozen works in progress or short finished shows by companies from across Europe competing for awards and support.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
You are also competing with a growing number of owners.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
You meet a generous new love where people compete for prizes.The Sun (2010)
Your first meeting is where people compete for cash prizes.The Sun (2016)
Or are the results an indication that contamination remains a serious problem for athletes competing in that part of the world?Times, Sunday Times (2013)
That would seem how any business entity would compete with somebody who is substantially larger.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
We need to raise our game to compete with the other top teams.The Sun (2014)
Both working and competing as part of a team of two can bring you satisfying success.The Sun (2010)
Four firms are competing for the project.The Sun (2012)
He made the link after drinking coffee before competing in cycle races.The Sun (2009)
He says if you work hard and compete you always get chances.The Sun (2006)
If you want your company to move into the big league or compete abroad, it is probably worth it.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
SUN cartoonists will be quick on the draw today as they compete in a contest for charity.The Sun (2009)
The homes will be built by smaller construction firms who cannot compete with the giants.The Sun (2016)
The shared services initiative also has to compete for ministerial attention with frontline policy.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Trends of 'compete'
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'compete' in Other Languages
British English: compete /kəmˈpiːt/ VERB
challenge If one person or organization competes with another for something, they try to get that thing for themselves and stop the other getting it.
Students are competing with foreigners for summer jobs.
- American English: compete
- Arabic: يَتَنَافَسُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: competir
- Chinese: 比赛
- Croatian: natjecati se
- Czech: soupeřit
- Danish: konkurrere
- Dutch: wedijveren
- European Spanish: competir
- Finnish: kilpailla
- French: concourir
- German: konkurrieren
- Greek: διαγωνίζομαι
- Italian: gareggiare
- Japanese: 競争する
- Korean: 경쟁하다
- Norwegian: konkurrere
- Polish: współzawodniczyć
- European Portuguese: competir
- Romanian: a concura
- Russian: конкурировать
- Spanish: competir
- Swedish: tävla
- Thai: แข่งขัน
- Turkish: yarışmak
- Ukrainian: змагатися
- Vietnamese: cạnh tranh
British English: compete VERB
take part If you compete in a contest or a game, you take part in it.
He will be competing in the 100-meter race.
Translation of compete from the Collins English to Italian
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