English translation of चुनौती देना
चुनौती देनाPowered by COBUILD /cunauti dena/
Definitions and Translations
/cunauti dena, cunautI denA, cunautee denaa, cunautī denā, chunauti dena, chunautI denA, chunautee denaa, chunautī denā/
1. bluff (in phrases)
If you call someone's bluff, you tell them to do what they have been threatening to do, because you are sure that they will not really do it.
2. challenge transitive verb, countable noun
If you challenge someone or if you present them with a challenge, you invite them to fight or compete with you. ⇒ He left a note at the scene of the crime, challenging the police to catch him. ⇒ These groups pose a serious challenge to the President.
3. challenge transitive verb, variable noun
To challenge ideas or people means to question their truth, value, or authority. A challenge is an act of challenging someone or something. ⇒ Rose challenged him to explain his opinion. ⇒ The details are open to challenge. ⇒ ...a direct challenge to the authority of the government.
4. defy transitive verb
If you defy someone to do something which you think is impossible, you challenge them to do it. ⇒ I defy anyone to go to Dublin and not find good music.
5. gauntlet (in phrases)
If you throw down the gauntlet to someone, you say or do something that challenges them to argue or compete with you. If someone takes up the gauntlet, they accept a challenge that has been offered.
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Translation of चुनौती देना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary