competing

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English - Turkish
yarışma

Yarışmayı sabırsızlıkla bekliyoruz. - We look forward to competing.

Yarışmayı kaçıracağım. - I'm going to miss competing.

(Ticaret) rekabet etme
rakip
compete
yarışmak

Tom tekrar yarışmak istiyor. - Tom wants to compete again.

compete
{f} rekabet etmek

Seninle asla rekabet etmek istemedim. - I never wanted to compete with you.

Tekrar rekabet etmek istiyorum. - I want to compete again.

competing(a)
(Rekabet a)
competing bids
(Ticaret) rakip teklif verilmesi
competing goods
(Ticaret) rekabetçi mallar
competing transaction
(Ticaret) rakip teklifler
competing undertaking
(Ticaret) rakip firmalar
competing undertaking
(Avrupa Birliği) rakip işletme
competing undertaking
(Ticaret) rakip teşebbüsler
compete
mücâdele etmek
compete
müsabakaya girmek
compete
yarış

Birincilik ödülü için onunla yarıştım. - I competed with him for the first prize.

Tom kayak yarışında yarışıyor. - Tom competes in ski races.

compete
rekabete girmek
compete
yarış etmek
compete
boy ölçüşmek
compete
kapışmak
compete
aşık atmak
non-competing
olmayan rakip
compete
{f} for için yarışmak
compete
çekişmek
compete
{f} with tic. ile rekabet etmek
compete
{f} with ile yarışmak
non competing
rekabet etmeyen
English - English
Present participle of compete
being in the state of competition (often unintentionally)
A conflict management style that maximizes assertiveness and minimizes cooperation
A conflict management style that maximizes assertiveness and minimizes cooperation (14)
being in competition; "competing businesses"
Present participle of to compete
Competing ideas, requirements, or interests cannot all be right or satisfied at the same time. They talked about the competing theories of the origin of life. the competing demands of work and family. see also compete = conflicting
A distributive conflict management strategy exemplified by forcing; emphasizes one party winning at the other party's expense
competing(a)
being in competition; "competing businesses
compete
{f} contest, contend against another; participate in a contest
compete
When one firm or country competes with another, it tries to get people to buy its own goods in preference to those of the other firm or country. You can also say that two firms or countries compete. The banks have long competed with American Express's charge cards and various store cards The stores will inevitably end up competing with each other in their push for increased market shares Banks and building societies are competing fiercely for business The American economy, and its ability to compete abroad, was slowing down according to the report
compete
To contend emulously; to seek or strive for the same thing, position, or reward for which another is striving; to contend in rivalry, as for a prize or in business; as, tradesmen compete with one another
compete
If you compete with someone for something, you try to get it for yourself and stop the other person getting it. You can also say that two people compete for something. Kangaroos compete with sheep and cattle for sparse supplies of food and water Schools should not compete with each other or attempt to poach pupils More than 2300 candidates from 93 political parties are competing for 486 seats
compete
If you compete in a contest or a game, you take part in it. He will be competing in the London-Calais-London race It is essential for all players who wish to compete that they earn computer ranking points. see also competing
compete
compete for something; engage in a contest; measure oneself against others
competing

    Hyphenation

    com·pet·ing

    Turkish pronunciation

    kımpitîng

    Pronunciation

    /kəmˈpētəɴɢ/ /kəmˈpiːtɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ k&m-'pEt ] (intransitive verb.) 1620. Late Latin competere to seek together, from Latin, to come together, agree, be suitable, from com- + petere to go to, seek; more at FEATHER.

    Common Collocations

    competing interest

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