challenge

All Noun Verb
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  • Prior to that, the challenge cup was held by nine different teams.
  • New living conditions such as these give rise to new challenges for public health.
  • But by the time he left, the historical challenge didn't mean anything.
  • This number has grown in recent years due to legal challenges to policy.
  • They made this question a challenge to their own existence.
  • But in some cases, they not only provide a challenge, but are considered next to impossible.
  • No one accepted the challenge, and the Council declared the matter closed.
  • Any citizen may challenge a law that has been passed by parliament.
  • Although Louis never saw combat, his military service would see challenges of its own.
  • The date of construction has been challenged as being decades too late.
  • The challenge and response were changed every three days.
  • Only the last card a player put down can be challenged, not the other ones.
  • He faced several serious challenges to his authority shortly before his departure.
  • It is often carried out as an athletic challenge in a competition or for a record attempt.
  • Around the turn of the 20th century, the park faced several new challenges.
  • St. Peter's College took up the challenge, while the other school did not.
  • The series introduces women and girls living under difficult circumstances and fighting to challenge them.
  • The pieces that one plays should challenge and tone a persons skills.
  • The future of e-service is bright but some challenges remain.
  • They are also managed much like other museums and face the same challenges.
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Meaning of challenge

  • noun A demanding or stimulating situation
    they reacted irrationally to the challenge of Russian power
  • noun A call to engage in a contest or fight
  • noun Questioning a statement and demanding an explanation
    his challenge of the assumption that Japan is still our enemy
  • noun A formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror
  • noun A demand by a sentry for a password or identification
  • verb Take exception to
    She challenged his claims
  • verb Issue a challenge to
    Fischer challenged Spassky to a match
  • verb Ask for identification
    The illegal immigrant was challenged by the border guard
  • verb Raise a formal objection in a court of law