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challengernoun [C]

uk   /ˈtʃæl.ɪn.dʒər/  us   /ˈtʃæl.ɪn.dʒɚ/
someone who ​tries to ​win a ​competition, ​fight, or ​sportsevent from someone who has ​previouslywon it
(Definition of challenger from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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challengernoun [C]

 us   /ˈtʃæl·ən·dʒər/
someone who ​tries to ​win a ​competition and ​achieve a ​position, esp. in ​politics or ​sports, against someone who has ​won it and now has that ​position: An ​aide to Buchanan said the ​conservative challenger for the ​presidency would ​hold a ​pressconferencetomorrow.
(Definition of challenger from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “challenger”
in Chinese (Simplified) 挑战者…
in Turkish rakip, meydan okuyan…
in Russian претендент…
in Chinese (Traditional) 挑戰者…
in Polish kandydat/ka, pretendent/ka…
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