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Definition:

A difficult or highly competitive environment.

Example Dialogue:

A: We just launched our new product in Europe.
B: How are we doing?
A: It’s a jungle out there.  We have so many competitors that I don’t know whether we’ll be successful.

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5 years ago by lily # 1246
hi am a teacher and want to help teach English.

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