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challenge

verb /ˈtʃӕlindʒ/
to ask (someone) to take part in a contest
desafiar, retar
He challenged his brother to a round of golf.
to question (someone’s authority or right, the truth of a statement etc)
poner en duda, cuestionar
They challenged his authority to make such a decision
challenger noun
contrincante, aspirante
Who will be Manchester United’s biggest challengers for the title?
challenging adjective demanding effort; difficult
desafiante, estimulante, que supone un reto
a challenging job/idea.
(Definition of challenge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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