Meaning of 你争我夺

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zhēng duó (Trad.: 你爭我奪)
lit. you fight, I snatch (idiom); to compete fiercely offering no quarter; fierce rivalry; tug-of-war
Example Sentences
Many other firms are also jostling to become the main interpreter of corporate data.
Whether we end up fighting one another or whether we work together to confront common threats - our fate, our common wealth, is in our hands.
It gets more irritating when both you and the enemy are scrambling for the knife that got knocked out of your hand when you were hit.
"It breaks my heart, " another teenage boy tells me, "to see my classmates compete against each other instead of helping each other."
It's rude to snatch.