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  • EN [ ˈtʃælɪndʒ]
  • US [ ˈtʃælɪndʒ]

English definition


  • 1. a demanding or stimulating situation;

    • "they reacted irrationally to the challenge of Russian power"
  • 2. a call to engage in a contest or fight

  • 3. questioning a statement and demanding an explanation;

    • "his challenge of the assumption that Japan is still our enemy"
  • 4. a formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror

  • 5. a demand by a sentry for a password or identification


  • 1. take exception to;

    • "She challenged his claims"
  • 2. issue a challenge to;

    • "Fischer challenged Spassky to a match"
  • 3. ask for identification;

    • "The illegal immigrant was challenged by the border guard"
  • 4. raise a formal objection in a court of law

Example sentences

  • It is important to challenge society's preconceptions about disabled people.

  • The veriest coward would accept the challenge.

  • The job doesn't really challenge him.

  • They appeared in court not to raise defences , but to challenge the court jurisdiction.

  • It is a difficult task, but I'm sure he'll rise to the challenge.

  • The challenge today is not merely to improve the material standards of living.

  • No one could challenge her supremacy in gymnastics.

  • My preference is that we ( should ) challenge the other groups to a friendly competition.

  • She looked at me with challenge.

  • He had met the challenge and triumphed.

  • The election of the new government was met by a challenge from its opponents.

  • Our challenge is to motivate those voters and inspire them to join our cause.

  • A third presidential candidate emerged to mount a serious challenge and throw the campaign wide open.

  • It is an enormous challenge but we hope to meet it within a year or 18 months.

  • I like a big challenge and they don't come much bigger than this.

  • I called out a challenge, but there was no reply.

  • Government ministers have been responding to the challenge thrown down by their former colleague.

  • The planned general strike represents an important economic challenge to the government.

  • Although it would be a wrench, we would all accept the challenge of moving abroad.

  • I would challenge the, er, suggestion that we're in third place.

  • I had a feeling that the challenge appealed to him. All he needed was a nudge.

  • The world No. 9 had to raise his game to see off a strong challenge from Dale.

  • The greatest challenge for the Americans is understanding the mindset of Eastern Europeans.

  • The challenge for American leadership is this: Can we put our economic house in order?

  • The captain of the guard looked as if he had a mind to challenge them.

  • Her challenge reduced them to silence.

  • I draw strength from the millions of women who have faced this challenge successfully.


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