listen to the pronunciation of rival
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} rakip

Rakiplerinize saygı duymalısınız. - You have to respect your rivals.

Rakip bir şirket tarafından Tom'un işine son verildi. - Tom was hired away by a rival company.

rakip olmak
{f} rekabet et
ile rekabet etmek
-e rakip olmak
{f} çekişmek
{i} hasım
geçmek için rekabet etmek
{f} kadar ... olmak, ile rekabet etmek, ile aşık atmak: Its
rakip ol

İyi kaliteli şarap söz konusu olduğunda hiçbir ülke Fransa'ya rakip olamaz. - When it comes to good quality wine, no country can rival France.

{f} rekabet etmek
{f} aşık atmak
(sıfat) rakip
birbiriyle rekabet eden
rakip olan
rival team
Rakip takım, karşı takım
rival to
rival firm
rakip firma

Kral John tüm rakiplerini idam etti. - King John put to death all of his rivals.

O her zaman rakipleri tarafından yapılan hatalardan yararlanır. - He always takes advantage of the mistakes made by his rivals.

old rival
ezeli rakip
(Ticaret) rekabet edilen firmalar
Englisch - Englisch
To equal to or surpass another
A competitor (person, team, company, etc.) who is well known to another and has similar skills and achievements. Defeating a rival may be a primary or necessary goal of a competitor

Chris is my biggest rival in the 400m.

To oppose or compete with
Someone or something with similar claims of quality or distinction as another

As a social historian, he has no rival.

{a} making the same claim
{v} to be a competitor, oppose, emulate
{n} a competitor
To be in rivalry
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
Having the same pretensions or claims; standing in competition for superiority; as, rival lovers; rival claims or pretensions
{f} compete with, challenge, oppose, contest
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. rivalled rivalling rivaled rivaling to be as good or important as someone or something else unrivalled
To stand in competition with; to strive to gain some object in opposition to; as, to rival one in love
be equal to in quality or ability; "Nothing can rival cotton for durability"; "Your performance doesn't even touch that of your colleagues"; "Her persistence and ambition only matches that of her parents"
Someone or something who is competing against another for the same objective; a competitor
the contestant you hope to defeat; "he had respect for his rivals"; "he wanted to know what the competition was doing"
be the rival of, be in competition with; "we are rivaling for first place in the race
If you say that someone or something has no rivals or is without rival, you mean that it is best of its type. a wonderfully fragrant wine which has no rivals in the Rhone
{s} being in competition, contending
{i} competitor, opponent, contender
be the rival of, be in competition with; "we are rivaling for first place in the race"
A person having a common right or privilege with another; a partner
the contestant you hope to defeat; "he had respect for his rivals"; "he wanted to know what the competition was doing" be the rival of, be in competition with; "we are rivaling for first place in the race
To strive to equal or exel; to emulate
One who is in pursuit of the same object as another; one striving to reach or obtain something which another is attempting to obtain, and which one only can posses; a competitor; as, rivals in love; rivals for a crown
ri·val rivals rivalling rivalled in AM, use rivaling, rivaled
rival someone's contribution
donate an amount that equals another donation
a rival
a humorous play by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, whose best-known character is Mrs Malaprop (1775)
matching rival
equal opponent
penetrated the rival's defence
succeeded in breaking through his adversary's guard
US, present participle of rival
US, present participle of rival
“Persons dwelling on opposite sides of a river ” Forsyth derives these words from the Latin rivalis, a riverman Caelius says there was no more fruitful source of contention than river-right, both with beasts and men, not only for the benefit of its waters, but also because rivers are natural boundaries Hence Ariosto compares Orlando and Agrican to “two hinds quarrelling for the river-right” (xxiii 83)
plural of rival
Traditionally, Sydney Uni have been MAD's biggest rival, with the two unis regularly meeting in the Grand Finals of Australs (where they got us in 1999, but we got revenge in 2000) and Worlds (where we beat them in 1999) There's also a healthy sense of competition between MAD and MUDS, the two big Victorian debating clubs
third-person singular of rival
without a rival
with no competition