English words and Examples of Usage

use "compete" in a sentence

We'd certainly like to see him try to compete with Harry on stage.

As such she is now able to compete whenever she decides to return.”

There are teams internally that compete on the same thing,” he said.

They do a great job of being able to compete down to the last pitch.

Blasted by Asian competitors, the city labors to recover and compete.

"If the government chooses to compete, it would be a terrible outcome.

Electronic pioneers compete with disco greats for the top spot.

But for the first time there's a handset that can compete straight up.

Scott Barbour/Getty Images A large crowd watches as dachshunds compete.

I only have to compete with a Tesla for one of those two spots, he said.

"I love to play and compete, and I've had some of the craziest injuries.

They learn how to communicate with each other to compete," Stewart said.

"I'm hoping that I can get back out here and compete against these guys.

Not unlike Capitol Hill, Republican lawmakers compete against Democrats.

The company started with its M8 phone to compete with the iPhone in 2007.

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