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Vie vs. Or

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  • Vie (verb)

    To fight for superiority; to contend; to compete eagerly so as to gain something.

    "Her suitors were all vying for her attention."

  • Vie (verb)

    To rival (something), etc.

  • Vie (verb)

    To do or produce in emulation, competition, or rivalry; to put in competition; to bandy.

  • Vie (verb)

    To stake; to wager.

  • Vie (verb)

    To stake a sum of money upon a hand of cards, as in the old game of gleek. See revie.

  • Vie (noun)

    A contest.

  • Or (conjunction)

    Connects at least two alternative words, phrases, clauses, sentences, etc. each of which could make a passage true. In English, this is the "inclusive or." The "exclusive or" is formed by "either{{...}}or".

  • Or (conjunction)

    Logical union of two sets of values. There are two forms, an exclusive or and an inclusive or.

  • Or (conjunction)

    Counts the elements before and after as two possibilities.

  • Or (conjunction)

    Otherwise; a consequence of the condition that the previous is false

    "It's raining! Come inside or you'll catch a cold!"

  • Or (conjunction)

    Connects two equivalent names.

    "the country Myanmar or Burma"

  • Or (noun)

    alternative form of OR

  • Or (noun)

    The gold or yellow tincture on a coat of arms.

  • Or (adjective)

    Of gold or yellow tincture on a coat of arms.

  • Or (adverb)

    Early (on).

  • Or (adverb)

    Earlier, previously.

  • Or (preposition)

    Before; ere.

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Oxford Dictionary
  • Vie (verb)

    To stake a sum upon a hand of cards, as in the old game of gleek. See Revie.

  • Vie (verb)

    To strive for superiority; to contend; to use emulous effort, as in a race, contest, or competition.

  • Vie

    To stake; to wager.

  • Vie

    To do or produce in emulation, competition, or rivalry; to put in competition; to bandy.

  • Vie (noun)

    A contest for superiority; competition; rivalry; strife; also, a challenge; a wager.

  • Or (conjunction)

    A particle that marks an alternative; as, you may read or may write, - that is, you may do one of the things at your pleasure, but not both. It corresponds to either. You may ride either to London or to Windsor. It often connects a series of words or propositions, presenting a choice of either; as, he may study law, or medicine, or divinity, or he may enter into trade.

  • Or (preposition)

    Ere; before; sooner than.

  • Or (noun)

    Yellow or gold color, - represented in drawing or engraving by small dots.

Webster Dictionary
  • Vie (verb)

    compete for something; engage in a contest; measure oneself against others

  • Or (noun)

    a state in northwestern United States on the Pacific

  • Or (noun)

    a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations;

    "great care is taken to keep the operating rooms aseptic"

Princeton's WordNet

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