Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Challenge"

The meaning of "Challenge" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does fresh challenges at hand mean?
A: "Like" is showing that I'm using the "wall" as an example.
Q: What does challenged mean?
A: It refers to a "legal challenge." Morales hired a lawyer to argue that Beyonce was not allowed to trademark "Blue Ivy," because she owned a company named "Blue Ivy."
Q: What does "the challenges are even greater because they must tanckle them largely on their own." ? mean?
A: "The challenges are even greater because they must TACKLE them largely on their own."

The challenges will be harder because the people who have to do them will be alone, without help.

tackle = to resolve a challenge (in this case), (for football or sports) to jump on someone to prevent them from throwing the ball
Q: What does present challenge mean?
A: It means that they are causing a problem or a difficulty for humanity
Q: What does a personal challenge mean?
A: Basically, it means they see everything you do as a personal challenge "to them", like you're challenging them in what you're doing, thus making them seem "arrogant".

Example sentences using "Challenge"

Q: Please show me example sentences with challenge to .
A: it is a challenge to finish this huge bowl of noodles.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "challenge".
A: @Alice_An Вау! Да ты в теме? ☺☺☺
Q: Please show me example sentences with challenge.
A: "Cleaning out this storage is going to be a challenge"
Q: Please show me example sentences with pose a challenge.
A: Why don't you pose by that tree? It would make a lovely photograph!
Q: Please show me example sentences with challenge.
A: Eating the entire pizza must have been a challenge. (noun)
He found the math problem to be a challenge. (noun)
The challenge terrified him! (noun)
That math problem looks very challenging. (adjective)
Challenging as it may seem, it was actually quite easy. (adjective)
I challenged the ninja to a duel. (verb)

Synonyms of "Challenge" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you. and If you don't try, you will not change. ?
A: In the first sentence you are saying that the challenge is not as hard as it needs to be to make you a (bit a) different person. In the second you say that you need to try, to take the step of doing it to become a (better, stronger,...) person. So it says that you really need to do something if you want to see results.
Q: What is the difference between Being resilient to overcome challenges is essential to succeed. and keeping resilient to overcome obstacles is crucial to succeed. ?
A: “Being resilient to overcome challenges is essential to succeed.” This one is more likely to be used!
Q: What is the difference between He focuses on the challenge. and He is focused on the challenge. ?
A: Oh my, I am terribly sorry. Forget my previous reply. In the first sentence "to focus" is used as the verb. In the second sentence "focused" is an adjective. The meanings of both sentences are the same.
Q: What is the difference between challenge and dare ?
A: A dare is something that is risky, dangerous or perhaps scary:
"Do you dare to climb that tall tree", "I dare you to eat that mouldy bread", "I dare you to hold this spider".

A challenge could be either a difficult task "The computer game was a challenge to complete" or it could be a request for competition: "I challenge you do a duel"
Q: What is the difference between challenge and try ?
A: Challenge is something that puts you to a test.

1st meaning
Challenge is a call to engage in a contest or fight.
When you challenge someone or something, you put yourself into a test and you may ALREADY know or even have already practiced and put in some effort to challenge it. ( usually in a competitive or hostile setting)
Japanese equivalent: チャレンジ. ( can be used as verb + スル)
Also -> 「司法試験に-する」
私は彼に試合を申し込んだ。 - I challenged him to a match.

Try: describes putting effort into something, like when you try to draw a horse, or take a sample of something, like when you try a new flavor of ice cream.
Japanese equivalent: やって見る, 試した。
Try can also describe testing the limits of something, like when a bratty kid you are babysitting tries your patience.

Try can be used in a trial:
Try means to (be) put on trial - A prosecutor might try a defendant for theft.

Difference between challenge and try:
Challenge has a nuance of an aimed intention usually in competitive or hostile setting, also something that has already been designed before, and you got to challenge it. Usually you will have the intention to win the challenge, except when you're intentionally plan to be defeated.
1.When you challenge something, you often already have pictured a goal or prize/reward.
2.When you challenge someone, you often already have someone in mind who will be the contender/your opponent.

Try means you make an attempt, or an endeavour in doing something, join something. An earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something. Usually, the result doesn't matter much.
1.When you try something, you may or may not have pictured a goal or prize/reward, the process of 'trying' is more important.Also when you try something, you take a sample of something to feel the taste of that something.
2.When you try someone, it means you might give pain, trouble or tease someone, or judge someone whether s/he is what you think/feel.
Also, when you try someone, you examine or hear evidence or a case by judicial process.

Translations of "Challenge"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? challenge
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? challenge
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? [[ Is it correct to say ( by challenge you do the impossible) ? ]]
A: Hola de nuevo☺
No estoy completamente seguro de lo que querías expresar a través de esta frase🤗 Has dicho algo como: "por el desafío, puedes lograr lo imposible" mm no suena tan natural, digamos: "con la determinación, nada parece imposible" algo así.
So, I wouldn't use "by" here, rather use "with" to indicate that it's a continuous course of action. Also, the word "challenge" is vague here, use something like "determination" or "discipline" instead🙂 Lastly, I'd recommend adding the word "can" to make it seem a more practical advice.
En suma: With determination/discipline, you can do the impossible"

Te deseo mucha suerte Alaa:)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ​​With new challenges, such as the classification project of hybrid debt led by IASB was brought to the table, ..... does bring to the table here is correct?
A: thank you! It should be a reclassification of hybrid debt . And the whole thing is a project led by IASB. So how should I rephrase it?

Other questions about "Challenge"

Q: ​​“I have been fond of the challenge of creating excellent advertisements which are concise, informative and powerful.
” does it sound natural? Could any better expressions be offered? Thx!
A: That sounds perfect to me!

It's particularly outstanding considering your native language is not English!
Q: take challenge someone offered does this sound natural?
A: (Again)He (again) took the challenge that his long time opponent offered.
Q: we are hoping you can make a further challenge and get more oppotunities to learn english does this sound natural?
A: we are hoping you can challenge yourself more to create more opportunities to learn english
Q: The real challenge to me is getting (being) in the conversation. does this sound natural?
A: It is more natural to say "The real challenge for me is conversing."
Q: What does "challenge" in 1047 mean?
A: This is a contest I suppose and he is the challenger.

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