Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Competitor"

The meaning of "Competitor" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to "outflank" competitors mean?
A: It comes from a military term meaning "go around and attack from the side or back". In your context it means "do something unexpected to beat the competition", usually by copying their strategy in an unexpected way, or by just doing it better.
Q: What does It can "undercut" its competitors mean?
A: Yes, I am. They are ALL normal dialogues and they are all obviously copied from a movie/book so I don't know why you are questioning them.
Q: What does 1. Those of his major competitors
2. his Major competitors
What does 'Those of' make any other differences in that examples?
Google Translation outputs in Korean are same
mean?
A: "those of" compares something that belongs his major competitors. example: She liked surrealist artwork, like those of Salvador Dali.
Q: What does the competitor will LOOK OUT for their own best interest mean?
A: It means that the competitor will take care of itself.
Q: What does competitor mean?
A: Competitor means the one who is competing with you.
example: if you and your friend is racing, he is your competitor.

Synonyms of "Competitor" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between competitor and rival ?
A: These can be used interchangeably. Rival is a little more negative
Q: What is the difference between competitor and rival and opponent ?
A: They’re similar but used a little differently:
-Competitor means someone in a competition
-Rival means someone you compare with or try to get past
-Opponent is generally someone against you
Q: What is the difference between We outstripped all our competitors in sales last year. and We outperformed all our competitors in sales last year. ?
A: 意思差不多。
Q: What is the difference between competitor and contestant ?
A: The term competitor is more used in sporting or business scenarios, whereas a contestant is used more in a competition like a TV show. The opposite phrases are not incorrect when describing (e.g. Sporting contestant or TV show competitor) but they are hardly ever used

Translations of "Competitor"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? competitors
A: Cumped-d-ders :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? competitor
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce competitor.
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Q: We will look back what our competitors did in the first quarter on social networks, including FB, YT & Instagram. In general, the Facebook fan page is still the main channel, Youtube and Instagram seem passive, not many activities over there.
With FB, there is some basic index need to update are: Likes, follows, post frequency, ER on the organic post and Feeds on their page.
During the first quarter till now, there are some events that relevant to the target audience, it is the Tet Holidays, Valentine Day, March 8th. We will learn what they did on these times, whether anything special or failure should avoid. does this sound natural?
A: Seem to be passive
That are relevant
Whether anything is special or failing (bad) that we should avoid
Q: Our main competitor is Aeon-Retailers group. Their annual sales is around $30B, compared to them, ours is about $10B. However, we are totally different from each other especially on our origins. This means that they originally come from retail business and we've been doing real estate business for centuries. does this sound natural?
A: Almost perfect! I hate to edit it, but...

Our main competitor is Aeon-Retailers group. Their annual sales is around $30B compared while ours in comparison stands at about $10B. However, we are totally different from each other, especially on our origins. This means while they originally came from a retail business, we've been doing real estate for centuries.

This was really good, but just a bit of tweaking. Keep up the good work.
Q: jealous, competitor, rival, enermy, comrade does this sound natural?
A: These are very good pronunciations, well done 👍
Q: He desperately wanted to beat his competitors in all competitions, but he always lost. But the thing is, he showed dirty side of himself during the whole time. Therefore, he ended up not getting any sympathy as well from people. does this sound natural?
A: He desperately wanted to beat his competitors/rivals in every competition, but he always lost. But the thing is, he showed a dirty side of himself during the whole time. Even he ended up not getting any sympathy from people.

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