Definition of 'uncompetitive'
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If you don't sleep enough, you can become uncompetitive and at the very worst you can become dangerous. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Trying to race in an uncompetitive car? The Sun (2009)Could it be that an uncompetitive car is also behind this sudden desire to jump ship? Times, Sunday Times (2009)You could become uncompetitive with countries that continue to depend on fossil fuels. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The good guys comply and become uncompetitive. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Industrial users fear that green policies prompting rising power prices will make them uncompetitive compared with their international peers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So many times before he has come to his home circuit facing a battle against the odds in a uncompetitive car. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But with an uncompetitive car, he reckons he may soon look elsewhere. The Sun (2008)It's a reflection of costs being too high and the industry being uncompetitive. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Third and most important, the country remains deeply uncompetitive. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Button boasts just one win in 153 grands prix and was often blasted for his displays in uncompetitive cars. The Sun (2009)Soaring green energy charges will make British industry uncompetitive compared with other leading countries by the end of the decade. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He may pay a heavy price if he leaves and ends up in what could be an uncompetitive car at Renault. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Few international companies would regard it as a good country in which to invest, certainly as long as it remains uncompetitive within the single currency. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If London becomes uncompetitive, the big banks will move more and more of their operations offshore. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Without global co-ordination the UK might become uncompetitive. Times, Sunday Times (2015)One of the biggest problems with a long-term fix is that if and when your deal becomes uncompetitive, the cost of switching can be expensive. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A few years ago the fear about Britain joining up was that we would be locked into a hard currency, making industry uncompetitive. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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