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  • 1 competitivo

    adj.
    competitive, competitory, emulous, vying.
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    1 competitive
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    (f. - competitiva)
    adj.
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    - va adjetivo competitive
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    = competitive, rivalrous, get-ahead.
    Ex. This service offers competitive costs, depending on the cost of online access to the data base and charging system.
    Ex. Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.
    Ex. Some folks in the commercial world enjoy all the internal get-ahead mutual sniping and jealous backbiting and ambitious politicking that goes on in it.
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    * de forma competitiva = competitively.
    * de modo competitivo = competitively.
    * inteligencia competitiva = competitive intelligence.
    * poco competitivo = uncompetitive.
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    - va adjetivo competitive
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    = competitive, rivalrous, get-ahead.

    Ex: This service offers competitive costs, depending on the cost of online access to the data base and charging system.

    Ex: Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.
    Ex: Some folks in the commercial world enjoy all the internal get-ahead mutual sniping and jealous backbiting and ambitious politicking that goes on in it.
    * de forma competitiva = competitively.
    * de modo competitivo = competitively.
    * inteligencia competitiva = competitive intelligence.
    * poco competitivo = uncompetitive.

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    competitive
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    competitivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    competitive
    competitivo,-a adjetivo competitive

    ' competitivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    competitiva
    English:
    competitive
    - competitiveness
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    competitivo, -a adj
    1. [persona] competitive
    2. [producto, empresa] competitive;
    productos a precios muy competitivos products at very competitive prices
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    adj competitive
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    competitivo, -va adj
    : competitive
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    competitivo adj competitive

    Spanish-English dictionary > competitivo

  • 2 demasiado grande

    adj.
    too big, jumbo, over-sized, oversize.
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    (adj.) = overgrown, oversized
    Ex. Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.
    Ex. He had a tough time lugging his lumpy, oversized travelbag onto the plane and stuffing it in the overhead bin.
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    (adj.) = overgrown, oversized

    Ex: Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.

    Ex: He had a tough time lugging his lumpy, oversized travelbag onto the plane and stuffing it in the overhead bin.

    Spanish-English dictionary > demasiado grande

  • 3 industria energética

    f.
    power industry.
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    (n.) = energy industry, energy company
    Ex. In the chemical, energy and aerospace industries, it is inevitable that research sponsors will wish to keep the results to themselves.
    Ex. The writer discusses the collapse of Enron, the huge energy company that went bankrupt, destroying both the jobs and the life savings of thousands of employees.
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    la industria energética
    = energy utility business, the

    Ex: Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.

    (n.) = energy industry, energy company

    Ex: In the chemical, energy and aerospace industries, it is inevitable that research sponsors will wish to keep the results to themselves.

    Ex: The writer discusses the collapse of Enron, the huge energy company that went bankrupt, destroying both the jobs and the life savings of thousands of employees.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria energética

  • 4 industria energética, la

    = energy utility business, the
    Ex. Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria energética, la

  • 5 rival

    adj.
    rival.
    f. & m.
    rival, challenger, contender, competitor.
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    1 rival
    1 rival
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    noun adj.
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    1.
    ADJ rival, competing
    2.
    SMF rival, competitor
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    I
    adjetivo rival (before n)
    II
    masculino y femenino rival
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    = challenger, rival, rivalrous, rival, competing.
    Ex. They simply must find new ways of storing and retrieving that information more rapidly and more concisely in ways that can compete with the commercial challengers.
    Ex. The published abstracting and indexing journal probably still retains its prominence, despite competition from its more fashionable rivals.
    Ex. Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.
    Ex. For any concept of human rights to be universally accepted, equal respect and mutual comprehension between rival cultures is demanded.
    Ex. This article identifies predominant worldview and competing schools of thought regarding the teaching of reference work.
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    * enfrentamiento entre rivales = grudge fight, grudge match, local derby.
    * no tener rival = be second to none.
    * partido entre equipos rivales = local derby.
    * rival acérrimo = arch-rival [archrival].
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    I
    adjetivo rival (before n)
    II
    masculino y femenino rival
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    = challenger, rival, rivalrous, rival, competing.

    Ex: They simply must find new ways of storing and retrieving that information more rapidly and more concisely in ways that can compete with the commercial challengers.

    Ex: The published abstracting and indexing journal probably still retains its prominence, despite competition from its more fashionable rivals.
    Ex: Deregulation compelled the energy utility business to restructure its inwardly directed culture and its overgrown and rivalrous internal services function.
    Ex: For any concept of human rights to be universally accepted, equal respect and mutual comprehension between rival cultures is demanded.
    Ex: This article identifies predominant worldview and competing schools of thought regarding the teaching of reference work.
    * enfrentamiento entre rivales = grudge fight, grudge match, local derby.
    * no tener rival = be second to none.
    * partido entre equipos rivales = local derby.
    * rival acérrimo = arch-rival [archrival].

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    rival ( before n)
    rival
    tiene un estilo sin rival his style is unrivaled
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    rival adjetivo
    rival ( before n)
    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    rival;

    rival adjetivo & mf rival: contando cuentos no tiene rival, she's unrivaled in the art of storytelling

    ' rival' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    altura
    - contraria
    - contrario
    - contrincante
    - rivalizar
    - submarina
    - submarino
    - aplastar
    - barrer
    - batir
    - competidor
    - competir
    - enfrentar
    - vencer
    English:
    rival
    - scoop
    - scuffle
    - unrivaled
    - unrivalled
    - challenger
    - competitor
    - dispose of
    - great
    - hold
    - muscle
    - opponent
    - oust
    - segregate
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    adj
    rival
    nmf
    rival
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    m/f rival;
    no tener rival be unrivaled o Br unrivalled
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    rival adj & nmf
    competidor: rival
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    rival adj n rival

    Spanish-English dictionary > rival

См. также в других словарях:

  • rivalrous — [rī′vəl rəs] adj. 1. being a rival or rivals 2. of or involving rivalry …   English World dictionary

  • rivalrous — rivalrousness, n. /ruy veuhl reuhs/, adj. characterized by rivalry; competitive: the rivalrous aspect of their friendship. [1805 15; RIVALR(Y) + OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • rivalrous — rival ► NOUN 1) a person or thing competing with another for superiority or the same objective. 2) a person or thing equal to another in quality: she has no rivals as a female rock singer. ► VERB (rivalled, rivalling; US rivaled, rivaling) ▪ be… …   English terms dictionary

  • rivalrous — adjective Date: 1812 given to rivalry ; competitive …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • rivalrous — adjective Having a relationship of rivalry …   Wiktionary

  • rivalrous — ri·val·rous …   English syllables

  • rivalrous — ri•val•rous [[t]ˈraɪ vəl rəs[/t]] adj. characterized by rivalry; competitive • Etymology: 1805–15 ri′val•rous•ness, n …   From formal English to slang

  • rivalrous — adjective eager to surpass others • Syn: ↑emulous • Similar to: ↑competitive, ↑competitory • Derivationally related forms: ↑rival …   Useful english dictionary

  • Public good — For the egalitarian terms, see Common good and Public interest. In economics, a public good is a good that is nonrival and non excludable. Non rivalry means that consumption of the good by one individual does not reduce availability of the good… …   Wikipedia

  • Rivalry (economics) — In economics, rivalry is a characteristic of a good. A good can be placed along a continuum ranging from rivalrous (rival) to non rival. The same characteristic is sometimes referred to as subtractable or non subtractable [1]. A rival… …   Wikipedia

  • Club good — Club goods (artificially scarce goods) are a type of good in economics, sometimes classified as a subtype of public goods that are excludable but non rivalrous, at least until reaching a point where congestion occurs. These goods are often… …   Wikipedia


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