- competitive binding assay,
- competitive exclusion,
- competitive exclusion principle,
- competitive inhibition,
- compilation film,
- compiled language
Origin of competitor
Examples from the Web for competitor
But if Uber can maintain a healthy competition with its competitor Lyft, then … oh wait.
Even Loaded Lux could not keep a straight face, smiling as his competitor established a clear, early lead and never let up.
Announcing one competitor, he says, “Her mouth is an event horizon.”
To top it off, Steyer has held an interest in a Keystone competitor.Obama Can Speak to His Base, but Other Americans Want More|Lloyd Green|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In short, it would have to make her less viable than every other competitor in the field.
Under such conditions the electric lamp need fear no competitor.The Romance of Modern Invention|Archibald Williams
And it was at this time when their love story was at wane that I became a competitor.Memoirs of My Dead Life|George Moore
Unlimited run is allowed, and the competitor may deliver the hammer as he pleases.
The invincible Abelard never failed to defeat him, and finally reigned without a competitor.The Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 2 (of 10)|Alexander Pope
The gang shouted for a resumption of the "sport," thinking this was weakness of the competitor.The Lincoln Story Book|Henry L. Williams
1530s, from Middle French compétiteur (16c.), or directly from Latin competitor "rival," agent noun from competere (see compete).