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2 Translation results for challenge in Spanish

noun | verb

challenge noun

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reto, desafío

Example sentences of
challenge noun

  • The next major challenge for the company is to improve its distribution capabilities.
  • Teaching adolescents can be quite a challenge.
  • The band feels ready for new challenges.
  • If he takes on the new project he will face the greatest challenge of his career.
  • Management is seeking ways to better meet the challenge of future growth.
  • The ski slope offers a high degree of challenge.
  • Do you accept my challenge to a game of chess?
  • The senator may face a challenge from within her own party.
Cuando alguien dice 'we face a challenge' o 'have an issue', ¿se refiere a que tenemos un problema?
  • Muchas personas piensan que la palabra problem es desagradable o desalentadora y prefieren usar las palabras challenge o issue en su lugar. Por ejemplo, global challenges (problemas del mundo) o money issues (problemas de dinero). Eso dicho, challenge, issue yproblem no son sinónimos y cada uno tiene su propio significado.

challenge verb

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challenged, has challenged, is challenging, challenges
disputar, cuestionar, poner en duda; desafiar, retar; estimular, incentivar

Example sentences of
challenge verb

  • A number of doctors are challenging the study's claims.
  • The new lawsuit challenges the lower court's decision.
  • She's been challenged on her handling of the problem.
  • None of them were willing to challenge the referee on the call.
  • It's a game that will challenge a child's imagination.
  • The work doesn't challenge him anymore, and he's often bored.

Synonyms of
challenge verb

Reverse translation for challenge

reto  - challenge, dare 
desafío  - challenge, defiance 
disputar  - to argue, to contend, to vie, to dispute, to question 
cuestionar  - to question 
desafiar  - to defy, to challenge 
retar  - to challenge, to defy 
estimular  - to stimulate, to encourage 
incentivar  - to encourage, to stimulate 
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