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competitive

(Antagonistic), adjective adverse, at issue, at variance, challenging, clashing, colliding, combative, combatting, competing, competitory, contending, contentious, contrary, counteractive, decided by competition vying, discordant, disputatious, dissident, emulative, in competition, opposing, oppugnant, rival, rivaling, striving, vying
Associated concepts: competitive bidding, competitive class, competitive examination, unfair competition

competitive

(Open), adjective accessible to all, common, comprehensive, equal, free, free to all, general, nonexclusive, not partial, not privileged, open to the pubbic, popular, public, unbounded, unclosed, unconfined, unrestrained, unrestricted
Associated concepts: fair competition, free and open commetition, unreasonable interference with competition
See also: contentious, hostile, jealous
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