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concurrencer verb Conjugation
concurrence / concurrençai / concurrencé
compete [kəmˈpi:t] (personne, entreprise)
Le traité commercial doit fournir un terrain neutre sur lequel se concurrencer.
The trade agreement must provide a level playing field in which to compete.

Contexts

Le traité commercial doit fournir un terrain neutre sur lequel se concurrencer. The trade agreement must provide a level playing field in which to compete.
Les entreprises se concurrencent pour remplir le vide. Corporations are competing to fill the vacuum.
De nombreuses entreprises se font concurrence pour la partie plus lucrative du marché. Many firms are competing for the wealthier segment of the market.
Ils disent qu'ils ne peuvent faire concurrence à des produits étrangers à bas prix. They say they cannot compete with low-priced foreign products.

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