Compete is a verb. If I COMPETE against you, competing is what i am doing against you, so it's a verb.
That was the 1956 Games in Melbourne.
Melbourne Tigers was created in 1931.
The verb for competitive is compete. As in "to compete for something" or "to compete against someone".
The verb of competition is compete. As in "to compete with someone or against someone".
He was unable to compete because of the injury. They decided to compete against each other.
A limit of 24 horses can now run in the Melbourne Cup for safety reasons, though more than that have run in it in the past.
how can government help small companies compete against trade blocs?
not realy enybody