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rival

noun /ˈraivəl/
a person etc who tries to compete with another; a person who wants the same thing as someone else
rival
For students of English, this dictionary is without a rival The two brothers are rivals for the girl next door – they both want to marry her (also adjective) rival companies rival teams.
rivalry noun ( plural rivalries) the state of or an instance of being rivals
rivalidad
the rivalry/rivalries between business companies.
Translations of “rival”
in Arabic مُنافِس…
in Korean 경쟁자, 경쟁상대…
in Malaysian pesaing…
in French rival/-ale…
in Turkish rakip, rakibe…
in Italian rivale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 競爭對手, 敵手…
in Russian соперник, конкурент…
in Polish rywal/ka…
in Vietnamese đối thủ…
in Portuguese rival…
in Thai คู่แข่ง…
in German der Rivalel, die Rivalin, rivalisierend…
in Catalan rival, contrincant…
in Japanese ライバル, 競争相手…
in Indonesian saingan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 竞争对手, 敌手…
(Definition of rival from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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