Definition of Competitors

1. Noun. (plural of competitor) ¹



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Definition of Competitors

1. competitor [n] - See also: competitor

Lexicographical Neighbors of Competitors

competitions
competitive
competitive advantage
competitive antagonist
competitive behaviour
competitive bidding
competitive eating
competitive inhibition
competitive medical plans
competitively
competitiveness
competitivity
competitor
competitor DNA
competitors
competitory
competitour
competitours
competitress
competitresses
competitrix
compies
compilability
compilable
compiland
compilands
compilate
compilated
compilates

Literary usage of Competitors

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Social life of the Chinese: With Some Account of Their Religious by Justus Doolittle (1866)
"—Some Competitors invited to sit near the Literary Chancellor. ... Private Marks or Characters sometimes given certain Competitors by which their ..."

2. The Trust Problem by Jeremiah Whipple Jenks (1901)
"In the second kind of combination, the constituent members have often not been competitors in the same line of work before the combination was made, ..."

3. The Evolution of Modern Capitalism: A Study of Machine Production by John Atkinson Hobson (1901)
"Power over Actual or Potential Competitors. § 3. Power over Employees of a Trust. § 4. Power over Consumers. § 5. Determinants of a Monopoly Price. § 6. ..."

4. Meeting the Challenge: U. S. Industry Faces the 21st Century: The U. S by Jon Paugh (1998)
"Foreign Competitors The rapid growth in industry alliances and the industry's maturing relationship with capital markets are the hallmarks of America's ..."

5. The History of Modern Europe: And a View of the Progress of Society from the by William Russell (1837)
"... third son of king David I. Of that line, two illustrious competitors for the crown appeared: Robert Bruce, son of Isabel, earl David's second daughter; ..."

6. American States, Churches, and Slavery by Joshua Rhodes Balme (1862)
"... he is ready to contest the field for the championship in the race against all competitors, whether Seward, or the dummy, Quaker-General as he is called, ..."

7. The Rise of China And India: What's in It for Africa? by Andrea Goldstein (2006)
"Chapter 5 The Asian Drivers as Potential Competitors What impact does the emergence of China and India as exporters of manufactured good have on third ..."

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