例句1. his chief rival for the nomination′
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1.A person or thing competing with another for the same objective or for superiority in the same field of activity.
‘he has no serious rival for the job'
‘gun battles between rival gangs'
‘He told her that he also saw Bartholomew Tailor, a rival in his field, and how they were pleasant to one another.'
‘The company is facing stiff competition from rivals that have launched new products such as DVD players and televisions.'
‘In my view, ATM operators are highly vulnerable to competition from rivals .'
2.A person or thing that equals another in quality.
‘she has no rivals as a female rock singer'
‘The men's series has no rival for styling, craftsmanship and sensuous touch.'
‘In terms of nightlife, São Paulo has no rivals - not London, not New York, not Ibiza in August.'
1.A person or thing that equals another in quality.
‘he was a photographer whose fame rivalled that of his subjects'
2.Be or seem to be equal or comparable to.
‘These changes gave them better conditions and a higher status, and henceforth they rivalled the priest and mayor as leaders of village life.'
‘Their many restaurants are sophisticated and serve dishes rivalling the best to be found in Europe.'
‘This quiet, friendly town is only 10 kilometres from the popular tourist resort of Ayia Napa, which is fast rivalling Ibiza as the clubbing holiday capital of Europe.'
‘The tulips bloomed a brilliant symphony of colours and rivalled the loveliness of the birds who frequented the yard.'