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contestnoun [C]

uk   /ˈkɒn.test/  us   /ˈkɑːn-/

contest noun [C] (COMPETITION)

B1 a ​competition to do ​better than other ​people, usually in which ​prizes are given: a ​dance/​sports contest She's ​won a lot of beauty contests.
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contest noun [C] (ATTEMPT)

an ​attempt, usually against difficulties, to ​win an ​election or to get ​power or ​control: The contest for the ​leadership of the ​party was very ​bitter. The ​primary in Iowa is the first contest for the ​Republicannomination.
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contestverb [T]

uk   us   /kənˈtest/

contest verb [T] (ARGUE)

If you contest a ​formalstatement, a ​claim, a judge's ​decision, or a ​legalcase, you say ​formally that it is ​wrong or ​unfair and ​try to have it ​changed: We will ​certainly contest any ​claims made against the ​safety of ​ourproducts.

contest verb [T] (COMPETE)

to ​compete for something: The ​medal is being ​keenly contested by eight ​gymnasts.

contest verb [T] (ATTEMPT)

to ​attempt to ​win an ​election or to get ​power or ​control: She could ​win, since only two ​people are contesting the ​seat and the other ​candidate is very ​unpopular.
(Definition of contest from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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contestnoun [C]

 us   /ˈkɑn·test/
a ​competition to do ​better than other ​people, esp. to ​win a ​prize or ​achieve a ​position of ​leadership or ​power: In the last ​election, he ​survived a ​close contest against a ​politicalnewcomer.
noun [C]  us   /kənˈtes·tənt/
She was ​once a contestant on a ​televisionquiz show.

contestverb [T]

 us   /kənˈtest/
to ​oppose esp. in ​argument: The campaign’s organizers ​hotly contest much of the ​criticism that has been ​leveled at them. To contest is also to ​claim that a ​particularaction is not ​fair or is not ​legal: The ​lawyers may ​decide to contest the ​fine.
(Definition of contest from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “contest”
en coreano 대회…
en árabe مُنافَسة, مُسابَقة…
in Malaysian pertandingan…
en francés compétition…
en ruso соревнование, состязание…
en chino (tradicionál) 競賽, 比賽…
en italiano concorso…
en turco yarışma, müsabaka…
en polaco konkurs, rywalizacja…
en español competición (deporte), concurso, combate…
in Vietnamese cuộc thi…
en portugués concurso…
in Thai การดิ้นรน, การแข่งขัน…
en alemán der Wettkampf…
en catalán concurs…
en japonés コンテスト…
en chino (simplificado) 竞赛, 比赛…
in Indonesian pertandingan…
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