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British English: challenging /ˈtʃælɪndʒɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
A challenging job or activity requires great effort and determination.
I've always worked in a difficult, challenging profession.
- American English: challenging
- Arabic: صَعْب
- Brazilian Portuguese: desafiante
- Chinese: 有挑战性的
- Croatian: izazovan
- Czech: náročný
- Danish: udfordrende
- Dutch: uitdagend
- European Spanish: que constituye un desafío
- Finnish: haastava
- French: ambitieux
- German: herausfordernd
- Greek: προκλητικός
- Italian: stimolante
- Japanese: 挑戦的な
- Korean: 도전적인
- Norwegian: utfordrende
- Polish: ambitny
- European Portuguese: desafiante
- Romanian: provocator
- Russian: побуждающий
- Spanish: desafiante
- Swedish: svår
- Thai: ที่ท้าทาย
- Turkish: zorlayıcı
- Ukrainian: складний
- Vietnamese: đầy thách thức
Definition of challenging from the Collins English Dictionary
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