I'm a little confused on what randori is exactly.
We practice randori in my dojo periodically, but it is just a multiple attacker situation, nothing to do with competition or scoring (not that there's anything wrong with that).
So I thought that was what randori entailed, one person defending from multiple attackers.
As randori is presented here though, it seems to be a type of competition, like that of Tomiki style.
So where is my limited knowledge of the Japanese language leading me wrong??
To better put it, does randori have multiple definitions??