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challenge 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈCHalənj/,
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challenges, plural;
  1. Invite (someone) to engage in a contest
    • - he challenged one of my men to a duel
  2. Enter into competition with or opposition against
    • - incumbent Democrats are being challenged in the 29th district
  3. Make a rival claim to or threaten someone's hold on (a position)
    • - they were challenging his leadership
  4. Invite (someone) to do something that one thinks will be difficult or impossible; dare
    • - I challenged them to make up their own minds
  5. Test the abilities of
    • - he needed something both to challenge his skills and to regain his crown as the king of the thriller
  6. Dispute the truth or validity of
    • - employees challenged the company's requirement
  7. Object to (a jury member)

  8. (of a sentry) Call on (someone) for proof of identity

  9. Expose (the immune system) to pathogenic organisms or antigens

Noun
  1. A call to take part in a contest or competition, esp. a duel
    • - he accepted the challenge
  2. A task or situation that tests someone's abilities
    • - the ridge is a challenge for experienced climbers
  3. An attempt to win a contest or championship in a sport
    • - a world title challenge
  4. An objection or query as to the truth of something, often with an implicit demand for proof
    • - a challenge to the legality of the order
  5. A sentry's call for a password or other proof of identity

  6. An objection regarding the eligibility or suitability of a jury member

  7. Exposure of the immune system to pathogenic organisms or antigens
    • - recently vaccinated calves should be protected from challenge

  1. a demanding or stimulating situation; "they reacted irrationally to the challenge of Russian power"
  2. take exception to; "She challenged his claims"
  3. issue a challenge to; "Fischer challenged Spassky to a match"
  4. a call to engage in a contest or fight
  5. ask for identification; "The illegal immigrant was challenged by the border guard"
  6. questioning a statement and demanding an explanation; "his challenge of the assumption that Japan is still our enemy"
  7. Challenge was a tabloid-sized monthly newspaper established in Chicago in April 1933 which served as the official organ of the Young People's Socialist League, youth section of the Socialist Party of America. ...
  8. Challenge (ఛాలెంజ్) is a 1984 Telugu film directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy. It stars Chiranjeevi, Rao Gopal Rao, Suhasini Mani Ratnam, and Vijayashanti in the lead roles. Maestro Ilayaraja composed music for the film.
  9. Challenge (চ্যালেঞ্জ)is a 2009 Bengali film directed by Raj Chakraborty.This is second directorial film After 2008 block buster Chirodini Tumi Je Amar. The film is starring Dev and Subhashree Ganguly. For a few scenes and songs pictured of this film in Dubai, , Australia and New Zealand.
  10. Challenge is a 1969 album by Flower Travellin' Band (credited to Yuya Uchida and the Flowers). It featured mainly cover songs, and was a means for producer Yuya Uchida to explore the emerging psychedelic rock movement outside his own career, and to introduce the work of upcoming bands such as ...
  11. Challenge is a magazine produced by the British Young Communist League, the youth wing of the Communist Party of Britain. The aim of the journal is: Challenge is the Young Communist League's quarterly magazine. ...
  12. Challenge started to make cycles in Foleshill, Coventry, England in 1903, and they also made a Challenge light car from about 1912 to 1915. ...
  13. An instigation or antagonization intended to convince a person to perform an action they otherwise would not; A difficult task, especially one that the person making the attempt finds more enjoyable because of that difficulty; A judge's interest in the result of the case for which he or she ...
  14. (challenged) Lacking some physical or mental attribute or skill; used after adverbs to make politically correct adjectives; Used following adverbs to make jocular adjectives in imitation of and mocking politically correct adjectives of this kind, as "X-challenged" = "lacking X"
  15. (challenging) Difficult, hard to do
  16. (challenged) The Knight of the Spring is complaining that Calogrenant has not done things properly. If a knight was angry about something and wanted to fight he was supposed to go to him and challenge him to a combat, making clear his reasons for doing so and arranging a time and place for the ...
  17. (CHALLENGES (Jury Selection)) Method for striking prospective jurors. The Michigan Court Rules allow two types of juror challenges: for cause (unlimited number, the grounds for which must fit reasons specified in the Texas Court Rules) and peremptory (limited number depending on the severity of ...
  18. (Challenges) Actions by individuals or groups. The American Library Association has identified four main types:
  19. (Challenges) Specific requirements in the programme which ask young people to demonstrate skills in one area.
  20. (Challenges) The law authorizes the judge and lawyers to excuse individual jurors from service in a particular case for various reasons. If a lawyer wants to have juror excused than he or she must us a "challenge" for that juror.
  21. (Challenges) There are no problems in computing. There are challenges. See also kludge.
  22. (Challenges) Unsolved problems concerning DI systems.
  23. (Challenges) adaptation to external forces (market, competitors, customers, society): new trends and technologies, changes in users expectations for user interface and functionality
  24. (Challenges) difficulties which may be overcome
  25. (challenges) A situation or difficulty that tests one's ability to do something.