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See also: compétitive
- (economics) capable of competing successfully
- of or pertaining to competition
2012 September 7, Phil McNulty, “Moldova 0-5 England”, in BBC Sport:
- Manchester United's Tom Cleverley impressed on his first competitive start and Lampard demonstrated his continued worth at international level in a performance that was little more than a stroll once England swiftly exerted their obvious authority.
- (of someone's character) inclined to compete
- (biochemistry) inhibiting the action of an enzyme by binding with it
- (euphemistically, of prices) cheap, especially used of quality products
- (of or pertaining to competition): cooperative
economics: capable of competing successfully
of or pertaining to competition
inclined to compete
biochemistry: inhibiting an enzyme
of price: cheap
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