Difference between competition and qualifier
- an occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants
- the act of competing as for profit or a prize
- the contestant you hope to defeat
- a business relation in which two parties compete to gain customers
Inhuman hours, back-stabbing competition, abuse by superiors; it's all familiar now.
Also the competition (as it's not all that hard to play)'s prodigious, even at youth orchestra level, so, in addition to playing something which almost often simply sounds flutey, it's very hard to get anywhere.
IHSB: The way to describe the first pro season for the most oddly named man alive (Allen Lorenz Pollock = A.J. Pollock?) is solid but unspectacular, which is disappointing given that the organization expected him to rip through Mid-A South Bend given that Midwest League Competition wasn't foreign to Pollock, given that Notre Dame plays an exhibition game against the SilverHawks at the beginning of each season.
- a contestant who meets certain requirements and so qualifies to take part in the next stage of competition
- a content word that qualifies the meaning of a noun or verb
Somehow, they gathered themselves to beat Limerick in the first round of the qualifiers but the core discontent hadn't been addressed.
The rest of the lads on the squad will have to go away to the other qualifiers, so the slagging has started already, that I am going to be on my holidays while they will be working away.
He has a plenitude of potential, but no experience at peaking for a top show, having failed to place in his only other pro-qualifier attempt.