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Competition has intensified in recent months.
They were faced with fierce competition.
intense competition between the financial institutions
Competition from cheaper imports is making life tough for manufacturers.
He'd entered a competition in the local newspaper.
They should have a good chance of winning the competition.
a competition to find a name for the new project
This is the British English definition of competition. View American English definition of competition.
the seed of a plant called anise, used for adding flavour to food and drink