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chal·lenge /ˈtʃæləndʒ, ˈtʃælɪndʒ/ noun


چالش ، بمبارزه طلبیدن ، رقابت کردن ، سرپیچی کردن ، سرتافتن ، متهم کردن ، طلب حق ، گردن کشی ، دعوت بجنگ ، قانون ـ فقه: مورد اعتراض یا تردید قرار دادن اعتراض و ایراد به عضو یا اعضا هیات منصفه انتخاب شده ، روانشناسی: هماوردجویی
مهندسی صنایع: رقابت کردن ، به مبارزه طلبیدن ، چالش کردن ، تلاش کردن مهندسی صنایع: نت: رقابت کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

challenge
[noun]
Synonyms:
- test, confrontation, provocation, question, trial, ultimatum
[verb]
Synonyms:
- test, confront, defy, dispute, object to, question, tackle, throw down the gauntlet
Contrasted words: bypass, evade
Related Idioms: throw down the (or one's) gage
Related Words: question, dispute, strive, struggle, try, calling, claiming, demanding, exacting, importuning, insistence

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. chal·lenge1 S2 W2 AC /ˈtʃæləndʒ, ˈtʃælɪndʒ/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: challenging, challengedunchallenged, unchallengeable; noun: challenge, challenger; verb: challenge; adverb: challengingly]

1. SOMETHING DIFFICULT [uncountable and countable] something that tests strength, skill, or ability, especially in a way that is interesting
challenge of
The company is ready to meet the challenges of the next few years.
the challenge of doing something
I relish the challenge of rebuilding the club.
face/take on/accept etc a challenge (=be ready to deal with one)
Martins now faces the biggest challenge of his career.
meet a challenge/rise to a challenge (=successfully deal with one)
a new and vibrant initiative to meet the challenge of the 21st century
intellectual/physical challenge
the intellectual challenge of postgraduate research

2. QUESTION SOMETHING [countable] when someone refuses to accept that someone or something is right and legal
challenge to
a direct challenge to the Governor’s authority
challenge from
The President faces a strong challenge from nationalists.
pose/represent/present a challenge (to somebody)
The strike represented a serious challenge to the government.
mount/launch a challenge
They decided to mount a legal challenge to the decision.

3. COMPETITION [countable] when someone tries to win something or invites someone to try to beat them in a fight, competition etc
challenge for
They are ready to mount a challenge for the championship.
They threw down the challenge that he couldn’t wash 40 cars in one hour (=invited him to try to do it).
The Prime Minister narrowly avoided a leadership challenge last year.

4. STOP [countable] a demand from someone such as a guard to stop and give proof of who you are, and an explanation of what you are doing

5. IN LAW [countable] law a statement made before the start of a court case that a juror is not acceptable

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. challenge2 S3 W3 AC verb [transitive]
[Word Family: adjective: challenging, challengedunchallenged, unchallengeable; noun: challenge, challenger; verb: challenge; adverb: challengingly]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: chalengier 'to accuse', from Latin calumniari 'to accuse falsely', from calumnia; calumny]

1. QUESTION SOMETHING to refuse to accept that something is right, fair, or legal:
a boy with a reputation for challenging the authority of his teachers
challenge a view/an idea/an assumption etc
Viewpoints such as these are strongly challenged by environmentalists.
They went to the High Court to challenge the decision.
challenge somebody to do something
I challenge Dr. Carver to deny his involvement!

2. COMPETITION to invite someone to compete or fight against you, or to try to win something ⇒ challenger, dare
challenge somebody to something
After lunch, Carey challenged me to a game of tennis.
challenge for
Liverpool are challenging for the title (=in a position where they could win).

3. SOMETHING DIFFICULT to test the skills or abilities of someone or something Synonym : stimulate:
I’m really at my best when I’m challenged.
challenge somebody to do something
Every teacher ought to be challenging kids to think about current issues.

4. STOP SOMEBODY to stop someone and demand proof of who they are, and an explanation of what they are doing:
We were challenged by the security guard at the gate.

5. IN LAW law to state before the start of a court case that a juror is not acceptable
—challenger noun [countable]:
Lewis is his main challenger for the world title.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

challenge
noun
I. sth new and difficult
ADJ. big, considerable, enormous, great, huge, radical, real, serious, significant, strong | difficult, tough | major, main | fresh, new | exciting, interesting | economic, environmental, intellectual, political, technical, technological Liszt's piano music presents an enormous technical challenge.
VERB + CHALLENGE be, pose, present | face, meet, respond to, rise to, take on/up The gallery has risen to the challenge of exhibiting the works of young artists. He has taken on some exciting new challenges with this job.
CHALLENGE + VERB face sb the challenges facing nurses in casualty

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

challenge
II. that shows that sb refuses to accept sth
ADJ. serious | direct | effective | legal
VERB + CHALLENGE be, present, represent The demonstration represents a direct challenge to the new law.
PREP. ~ to a legal challenge to the president's power

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

challenge
III. invitation to compete
ADJ. leadership, title his title challenge to the heavyweight champion
VERB + CHALLENGE issue, mount plans to mount a leadership challenge within the party
accept, take up I accepted his challenge to a game of chess.
beat off, fight off Our team will have to fight off the challenge from better trained teams.
PREP. ~ from a challenge from the other political party

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

challenge
verb
I. question whether sth is right/true
ADV. directly The newspaper was directly challenging the government's legitimacy.
seriously | effectively She was effectively challenging the whole basis on which society was run.
successfully The story was completely untrue and was successfully challenged in court.
PREP. on She challenged him on his old-fashioned views.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

challenge
II. invite sb to compete, argue, etc.
ADV. seriously No one has seriously challenged the champion.
successfully, unsuccessfully
PREP. for She was poised to challenge for the party leadership.
to The count challenged him to a duel.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

challenge

meet a challenge (=deal with one)
Here are a few tips to help you meet the challenges of university life.
face a challenge (=have to deal with one)
The company still faces some challenges.
accept a challenge (=try to deal with one)
He was ready to accept new challenges.
take on a challenge (=accept one)
The new headteacher has taken on the challenge of improving the school.
present/pose a challenge (=be a difficult one)
These changes pose a real challenge to farmers.
provide a challenge (=be an interesting one)
Her new job provided a real challenge.
rise to a challenge (=deal successfully with it)
It was a difficult project but we rose to the challenge.
love/enjoy/relish a challenge
Children enjoy a challenge so the work should not be too easy.
a big/major/huge/tremendous challenge
Building the tunnel presented a major challenge to engineers.
a serious challenge
At the moment we are facing a serious environmental challenge.
a real challenge (=a difficult one)
On Monday, Sharapova faced her first real challenge of the tournament.
a formidable/daunting/tough challenge (=a very difficult one)
How to deal with waste is a daunting challenge for the west.
the biggest challenge of something
This could be the biggest challenge of his career.
an intellectual/physical/technical etc challenge
I love the physical challenge of climbing.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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