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Traducción en chino (tradicionál) de “competition”

competition

noun
 
 
/ˌkɒm.pəˈtɪʃ.ən/ US  /ˌkɑːm-/
[U] when someone is trying to win something or be more successful than someone else
競爭
Competition for jobs is intense.
求職的競爭非常激烈。
There's a lot of competition between computer companies.
電腦公司間的競爭很激烈。
The two companies are in competition with each other.
兩家公司互相競爭。
[+ to infinitive] There's fierce competition to join the Special Branch.
加入政治保安處要經過激烈的競爭。
Foreign competition (= similar products from other countries) had reduced their sales.
來自國外的競爭使他們的銷售額有所下跌。
Why are you jealous of her? She's no competition!
你為甚麼要嫉妒她?她根本不是你的對手!
Competing and contending (non-sporting)Competing in sport
[C] an organized event in which people try to win a prize by being the best, fastest, etc.
競賽,比賽
a swimming/chess competition
游泳/國際象棋比賽
She's entered a crossword competition.
她參加了縱橫填字比賽。
humorous You don't need to eat so quickly! It's not a competition.
你不必吃得這麼快!又不是比賽。
Competitions, and parts of competitions
the competition [S] the person or people you are trying to be better than
競爭對手,競爭者
The competition on the track looked fierce and her heart sank.
跑道上的對手看起來很厲害,她的心不禁一沉。
Competitors and participants in sports and games
(Definition of competition from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (tradicionál) © Cambridge University Press)
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