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  • In the group stage, teams compete within eight groups of four teams each.
  • Despite not having competed for several years he earned a silver medal.
  • He went up in weight and competed at the next level.
  • For some time the island was competed for by other European powers.
  • Two other teams also competed in Washington during this time period.
  • Teams in the lower half of play compete for the championship.
  • Only two teams competed, so only one match was played.
  • The top four in each group competed in a final.
  • To start the game, choose about five other countries to compete against.
  • The major political parties now competed for immigrants to join their education systems.
  • The show features two teams, red and white, of popular music artists competing against each other.
  • Very few others have been able to compete this move.
  • Many top teams compete in this arena and many major events are held here each year.
  • Both men and women competed, with medals awarded after five runs down the course.
  • However, it is only recently that the two teams have been competing in the same league.
  • The area changed hands several times as European powers competed in North America.
  • A total of eight national teams competed in the women's ice hockey tournament.
  • Louis would never again compete in a race, but his victory made him a national hero.
  • Seven teams have competed in every finals tournament, five of which have won the title.
  • Teams have come from many different states and Canada to compete.
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Meaning of compete

  • verb Compete for something; engage in a contest; measure oneself against others