challenging

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ilgi çekici

O ilgi çekici ve ben çok şey öğreniyorum. - It is challenging and I am learning a lot.

Bu hem ilgi çekici hem de heyecan verici. - It's both challenging and exciting.

sorgula/meydan oku
(Ticaret) düşündürücü
(Kanun) hakimi reddetme
(Ticaret) zorlayıcı
{i} meydan okuma

Tom bana meydan okumaya devam etti. - Tom just kept challenging me.

Ben kendime meydan okumayı severim. - I love challenging myself.

{f} meydan oku

O, çok meydan okuyucu bir hipodrom. - It's a very challenging racetrack.

O kesinlikle meydan okuyucu. - It's certainly challenging.

meydan oku(mak)
{s} boyun eğmez
kamçılayıcı
(sıfat) boyun eğmez
dürtücü
büyüleyici

O gerçekten büyüleyici. - It's really challenging.

zorlu

Açıkçası zorlu bir pazar. - It's clearly a challenging market.

Dostluklar zorlu olma eğilimindedir. - Friendships tend to be challenging.

gayret gerektiren (sorun vb)
(Ticaret) sıkıntı verici
merak uyandıran
meydan okuyarak
meydan okuyan
(Kanun) red
challenge
meydan okumak

Tom iyi bir meydan okumaktan hoşlanır. - Tom enjoys a good challenge.

Meydan okumaktan hoşlanıyorum. - I enjoy the challenge.

challenge
meydan okuma

Kaybedecek bir şeyi olmayan birine meydan okuma. - Don't challenge someone who has nothing to lose.

Bu bir meydan okuma olur. - That would be a challenge.

challenging minisatellite payload
minisatellite yükü zor
challenging role
zorlu görev
challenging.
zor
challenging of expert
(Kanun) bilirkişinin reddi
challenging the venue
(Kanun) yetkisizlik iddia etme
challenge
sorun

Tom birçok yeni sorunlarla karşı karşıyadır. - Tom faces many new challenges.

Tom'un sorununu güçlükle reddedebildim. - I could hardly refuse Tom's challenge.

challenge
insanı kamçılayan bir durum
challenge
{f} tartışmak (doğruluğunu)
challenge
{i} kimlik sorma
challenge
(Askeri) HAKİMİN RED İSTEĞİNDE BULUNMASI: Askeri bir mahkeme heyetinde herhangi bir subayın bulunmasına kanuni olarak itirazda bulunmak
challenge
düelloya davet etmek
challenge
(Kanun) reddi hakim
challenge
kimlik sormak
challenge
(Kanun) reddetmek
challenge
(Kanun) iddia
challenge
karşı çıkma
challenge
reddetme jüri veya yargıcı
challenge
davet etmek düello
challenge
davet etmek
challenge
(Kanun) talep
challenge
reddetmek hakim veya jüriyi
challenge
meydan okuyuş
challenge
(Kanun) ret
challenge
alnını karışlamak
challenge
tartışmak doğruluğunu
challenge
göz dağı
challenge
(Tıp) sataşma
challenge
{f} meydan oku

Tom bir meydan okuma ile karşı karşıya. - Tom is facing a challenge.

İki hamlede, Kasparov meydan okuyucu kontrol edecektir. - In two moves, Kasparov will check the challenger.

challenge
karşı çıkmak
challenge
uğraştırıcı şey
challenge
karşılaşmaya davet
challenge
doğruluğunu/yasallığını sorgulamak
challenge
(düelloya/kavgaya/vb.) davet etmek
challenge
{i} reddetme (jüri veya yargıcı)
be challenging
zor olabilir
challenge
çözülmesi gereken sorun, başa çıkılması gereken mesele
challenge
Tıpta hastanın belirtilerinin bir ilaçlaartıp artmayacağını ortaya çıkarma. Uyarma anlamına da gelir

Özellikel astım veya astım şüphesi olan insanlarda metakolin veya histamin solutularak solunum fonkisyon testleri yapılmasına "challenge" adı verilir.

challenge
boy ölçüşmek
challenge
{f} kafa tutmak (Argo)
challenge
{i} bağışıklık
challenge
{f} itiraz etmek
challenge
{i} havlamaya başlama (av köpeği)
challenge
{i} davet

Tom Mary'nin bir tenis maçına davetini kabul etti. - Tom accepted Mary's challenge to a tennis match.

Tom'u bir yarışa davet ettim. - I challenged Tom to a race.

challenge
hâkim veya jüriyi reddetme
challenge
nöbetçinin "dur" emri veya kimlik sorması
challenge
{i} parola sorma
challenge
{i} dürtü
challenge
oy pusulasının geçersizliğinin veya seçmenin yetersizliginin iddia edilmesi
challenge
{i} itiraz

Sami ona itiraz etmedi. - Sami didn't challenge that.

İtirazını kabul ediyorum. - I accept your challenge.

challenge
{f} hiçe saymak
challenge
mücadeleye davet
challenge
{f} havlamaya başlamak
challenge
kafa tutmak
challenge
{f} reddetmek (hakim veya jüriyi)
challenge
{f} davet etmek (düello)
challengingly
ilgi çekici bir şekilde
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Difficult, hard to do
Present participle of challenge
{s} stimulating, interesting
stimulating interest or thought; "a challenging hypothesis"; "a thought-provoking book
requiring full use of your abilities or resources; "ambitious schedule"; "performed the most challenging task without a mistake"
stimulating interest or thought; "a challenging hypothesis"; "a thought-provoking book"
If you do something in a challenging way, you seem to be inviting people to argue with you or compete against you in some way. Mona gave him a challenging look. = defiant. difficult in an interesting or enjoyable way
A challenging task or job requires great effort and determination. Mike found a challenging job as a computer programmer I'm ready to do all those things which are more challenging. = demanding
disturbingly provocative; "an intriguing smile"
challenge
To dare someone
challenge
A difficult task, especially one that the person making the attempt finds more enjoyable because of that difficulty
challenge
A judge's interest in the result of the case for which he or she should not be allowed to sit the case, e.g. a conflict of interest

Consanguinity in direct line is a challenge for a judge when he or she is sitting cases.

challenge
The act of seeking to remove a judge, arbitrator or other judicial or semi-judicial figure for reasons of alleged bias or incapacity

We're still waiting to hear how the court rules on our challenge of the arbitrator based on conflict of interest.

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To dispute something
challenge
An instigation or antagonization intended to convince a person to perform an action they otherwise would not
challenge
The act of appealing a ruling or decision of a court of administrative agency
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To invite someone to take part in a competition
challenge
To make a formal objection to a juror
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A random string of bytes sent from a data processing system to another system that it is trying to authenticate The receiving system must encrypt the challenge with an encryption key in its possession and return the encrypted challenge to the sending system If the sending system can decrypt the encrypted challenge, it knows the receiving system possesses the key that encrypted it and this authenticates the system to which the challenge was sent
challenge
{n} a summons to fight, a demand, an exception to a juror or jury
challenge
{v} to claim, accuse, call to fight, object to a juror or jury
challenge
The act of a sentry in halting any one who appears at his post, and demanding the countersign
challenge
A claim or demand
challenge
The right of a party to object to or dispute something
challenge
To engage or contest the presence of an individual and demand proper identification or authorization
challenge
The orthopaedic nurse views a challenge as an actual or potential disruption or discontinuity in the integrity of the neuro-muscular and skeletal systems that adversely affects client mobility and function thus impacting on self-care ability and independence
challenge
take exception to; "She challenged his claims
challenge
a demand by a sentry for a password or identification
challenge
An exception to a person as not legally qualified to vote
challenge
A challenge is something new and difficult which requires great effort and determination. I like a big challenge and they don't come much bigger than this The new government's first challenge is the economy
challenge
To question or demand the countersign from (one who attempts to pass the lines); as, the sentinel challenged us, with "Who comes there?"
challenge
raise a formal objection in a court of law
challenge
questioning a statement and demanding an explanation; "his challenge of the assumption that Japan is still our enemy"
challenge
in vaccine experiments, the deliberate exposure of an immunized animal to the infectious agent Challenge experiments are never done in human HIV vaccine research
challenge
An opponent calls "CHALLENGE" when s/he thinks a play is not acceptable (i e not in the OWL or Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, Tenth Edition) A Word Judge is called to verify which words are acceptable or not Whenever there is a challenge, someone loses exactly one turn
challenge
To claim as due; to demand as a right
challenge
To make an attempt to win the ball from the opponent; "challenge him for the ball"
challenge
Can you find a values (a,b,c,d,...,z) (all non-negative) for which the polynomial above is positive?
challenge
a formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror
challenge
Acqirrew Anaszar
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To censure; to blame
challenge
a demanding or stimulating situation; "they reacted irrationally to the challenge of Russian power"
challenge
A challenge to something is a questioning of its truth or value. A challenge to someone is a questioning of their authority. The demonstrators have now made a direct challenge to the authority of the government
challenge
To assert a right; to claim a place
challenge
An objection to the seating of a prospective juror on the jury panel for a trial
challenge
In vaccine experiments, the deliberate exposure of an immunized animal or person to the infectious agent
challenge
An attempt to take the ball away from the opposing player
challenge
1 An objection by a party (or party's lawyer) to the inclusion of a particular prospective juror as a member of the jury that is to hear that party's cause or trial, with the result that the prospective juror is disqualified from the case BACK TO TOP
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Students can conduct research on words that have changed their meanings over time How would they explain the etymology of these words? What factors influenced the evolution of the words?
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To object to or take exception to, as to a juror, or member of a court
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To call to a contest of any kind; to call to answer; to defy
challenge
If you challenge someone, you invite them to fight or compete with you in some way. A mum slashed a neighbour's car tyre and challenged her to a fight after their daughters fell out He left a note at the scene of the crime, challenging detectives to catch him We challenged a team who called themselves `College Athletes'. Challenge is also a noun. A third presidential candidate emerged to mount a serious challenge and throw the campaign wide open. see also challenged, challenging
challenge
ask for identification; "The illegal immigrant was challenged by the border guard"
challenge
not goals, objective, ambition, or theme and problem but telling a lie (99/11/22) What is your challenge as a sales person? Who's there? Know yourself (Reference : 99/11/22 Nikkei)
challenge
issue a challenge to; "Fischer challenged Spassky to a match"
challenge
The opening and crying of hounds at first finding the scent of their game
challenge
take exception to; "She challenged his claims"
challenge
To call, invite, or summon to answer for an offense by personal combat
challenge
An exception to a juror or to a member of a court martial, coupled with a demand that he should be held incompetent to act; the claim of a party that a certain person or persons shall not sit in trial upon him or his cause
challenge
To take exception to; question; as, to challenge the accuracy of a statement or of a quotation
challenge
a competition to create a block or quilt using specified fabrics or patterns
challenge
The challenge must be made when the ballot is offered
challenge
A difficult task
challenge
An invitation to engage in a contest or controversy of any kind; a defiance; specifically, a summons to fight a duel; also, the letter or message conveying the summons
challenge
A data item chosen randomly and sent by the verifier to the claimant, which is used by the claimant, in conjunction with private information held by the claimant, to generate a response which is sent to the verifier
challenge
To call into question; to object or make exception to
challenge
a formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror a call to engage in a contest or fight a demanding or stimulating situation; "they reacted irrationally to the challenge of Russian power"
challenge
{f} dare, invite to engage in a contest; stimulate, test one's ability; deal with; demand that one identify himself (Military)
challenge
Where an individual has to strive for success The level of challenge, in any context may be varied, by altering: the pace, questions, amount of independence, task, imposing limitations, recording method, etc The level of appropriate challenge varies between individuals
challenge
structure
challenge
raise a formal objection in a court of law ask for identification; "The illegal immigrant was challenged by the border guard"
challenge
a call to engage in a contest or fight
challenge
A judges interest in the result of the case for which he or she should not be allowed to sit the case, e.g. a conflict of interest
challenge
If someone rises to the challenge, they act in response to a difficult situation which is new to them and are successful. The new Germany must rise to the challenge of its enhanced responsibilities
challenge
To question or demand the countersign from (one who attempts to pass the lines); as, the sentinel challenged us, with "Who comes there?" To take exception to; question; as, to challenge the accuracy of a statement or of a quotation
challenge
a demand by a sentry for a password or identification questioning a statement and demanding an explanation; "his challenge of the assumption that Japan is still our enemy"
challenge
An objection, such as when an attorney objects at a hearing to the seating of a particular person on a civil or criminal jury
challenge
definition: proposal to return a game to a previous state origin: challenges come only from roles or from players? effect: challenged role must respond
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To object to the reception of the vote of, as on the ground that the person in not qualified as a voter
challenge
{i} invitation to engage in a contest, dare; something which tests one's ability, difficult and stimulating task
challenge
If you challenge ideas or people, you question their truth, value, or authority. Democratic leaders have challenged the president to sign the bill The move was immediately challenged by two of the republics I challenged him on the hypocrisy of his political attitudes
challengingly
daringly, defyingly, in a way that arouses competitive interest; in a stimulating manner
challenging

    Расстановка переносов

    chal·leng·ing

    Турецкое произношение

    çälıncîng

    Антонимы

    unchallenging

    Произношение

    /ˈʧalənʤəɴɢ/ /ˈʧælənʤɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'cha-l&nj ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English chalengen to accuse, from Old French chalengier, from Latin calumniari to accuse falsely, from calumnia calumny.

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