English version

hot competition

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhot competitionhot competitionif the competition between people or companies is hot, they are all trying very hard to win or succeed Competition for the best jobs is getting hotter all the time. hot
Examples from the Corpus
hot competitionLast year put two disturbed women into hot competition.Often, as in household products or industrial chemicals, hot competition among affiliates of big multinationals ensures both growth and cost-competitiveness.Teams are in hot competition to design computers that not only assist the study of nature, but are natural themselves.
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