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The company has rivals in this complex business. Times, Sunday Times (2016)All this has ramped up the interest in betting on the rival teams. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's a long way ahead of its rivals. Times, Sunday Times (2017)That is what their 11 rivals may be wishing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One by one, his rivals sped past until he found himself trundling behind in eighth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you see a rising star at a rival company, should you attempt to poach that person and their skills for any price? Computing (2010)Arsenal's top-flight rivals may also be interested in what they have done this week. The Sun (2016)That is partly because they struggle to compete with rivals in India and China that spend less on wages. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The two leading natural historians of the period were intellectual competitors representing rival views of natural history. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)And he is now set for another defence before a summer showdown with a rival world champion. The Sun (2012)It was the moment their only real rival for power was exposed as a spectacular fraud. The Sun (2014)We may be rivals but many are also friends. The Sun (2006)The company likes to keep a low profile and let rival companies take the flak. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This would leave the field to a rival consortium. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Washington did not neglect the opportunity to discredit another potential rival. Hugh Bicheno REBELS AND REDCOATS: The American Revolutionary War (2003)Second was the systematic doping of his team by the rivals. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Oil company rivals may seek to buy it as a prelude to a bid. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We are not going to pretend this car boasts a ride quality to rival others on this list. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The last thing they want is for their business partners and rivals to pore over pictures of their naked wife. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The board has been concerned that loading the company up with debt would hit its ability to compete with rivals. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It may lack the turbo charge and outright power of its rivals but it delivers a fast and furious ride. The Sun (2007)In the semi-final they had allowed their rivals to pull ahead before reeling them in. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The rivals are due to meet at the Etihad three games from the end of the season. The Sun (2011)Instead, she has picked off her potential rivals one by one. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If rivals have moved ahead, how to catch them and overtake? Times, Sunday Times (2013)But they cannot begin to rival the champions' mental and physical resolve. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If we worked as hard as our rivals, no one would beat us. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The number of transactions processed by a substantial player on any given day rivals the business going through a respectable local stock exchange. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Instead, he has had to work his way through a field of rivals. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The ferocious competition for medals, records and honour has already sparked spats between tense competitors and rival nations. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Inglês Britânico: rival /ˈraɪvl/ ADJECTIVE
Rival groups are groups of people that compete against each other.
...a dispute between rival teenage gangs.
  • Inglês Americano: rival
  • Árabe: مُنَافِس
  • Português Brasileiro: rival
  • Chinês: 对手的
  • Croata: suparnički
  • Tcheco: konkurenční
  • Dinamarquês: rivaliserende
  • Holandês: rivaliserend
  • Espanhol Europeu: rival
  • Finlandês: kilpaileva
  • Francês: rival
  • Alemão: konkurrierend
  • Grego: ανταγωνιστικός
  • Italiano: rivale
  • Japonês: 競争する
  • Coreano: 경쟁하는
  • Norueguês: konkurrerende
  • Polonês: rywalizujący
  • Português Europeu: rival
  • Romeno: rival
  • Russo: соперничающий
  • Espanhol: rival
  • Sueco: rivaliserande
  • Tailandês: ที่เป็นคู่แข่งกัน
  • Turco: rakip
  • Ucraniano: що конкурує
  • Vietnamita: cạnh tranh
Inglês Britânico: rival /ˈraɪvl/ NOUN
Your rival is a person, business, or organization who you are competing or fighting against in the same area or for the same things.
The world champion finished more than two seconds ahead of his nearest rival.
  • Inglês Americano: rival
  • Árabe: مُنَافِس
  • Português Brasileiro: rival
  • Chinês: 对手
  • Croata: suparnik
  • Tcheco: soupeř
  • Dinamarquês: rival
  • Holandês: rivaal
  • Espanhol Europeu: rival
  • Finlandês: kilpailija vastustaja
  • Francês: rival
  • Alemão: Rivale
  • Grego: ανταγωνιστής
  • Italiano: rivale
  • Japonês: 競争相手
  • Coreano: 경쟁 상대
  • Norueguês: rival
  • Polonês: rywal
  • Português Europeu: rival
  • Romeno: rival
  • Russo: соперник
  • Espanhol: rival
  • Sueco: rival
  • Tailandês: คู่แข่ง
  • Turco: rakip
  • Ucraniano: суперник
  • Vietnamita: đối thủ
Inglês Britânico: rival VERB
If you say that one thing rivals another, you mean that they are both of the same standard or quality.
Cassette recorders cannot rival the sound quality of CDs.
  • Inglês Americano: rival
  • Português Brasileiro: competir com
  • Chinês: 与…相匹敌
  • Espanhol Europeu: competir con
  • Francês: égaler
  • Alemão: konkurrieren mit
  • Italiano: rivaleggiare con
  • Japonês: 張り合う
  • Coreano: 필적하다
  • Português Europeu: competir com
  • Espanhol: competir con


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