English version

somebody/something can’t compete with somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomebody/something can’t compete with somebody/somethingsomebody/something can’t compete with somebody/somethingWORSEto not be as interesting, attractive etc as someone or something else Melinda was plain and knew she couldn’t compete with her sister where boys were concerned. compete
Examples from the Corpus
somebody/something can’t compete with somebody/somethingMelinda knew she couldn't compete with her sister when it came to boys.
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