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  1. contest

    • n.
      an event in which people compete for supremacy in a sport or other activity, or in a quality;a competition for a political position
    • v.
      engage in competition to attain (a position of power);take part in (a competition or election)
    • verb: contest, 3rd person present: contests, gerund or present participle: contesting, past tense: contested, past participle: contested

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an event in which people compete for supremacy in a sport or other activity, or in a quality:

      a tennis contest

    • 2. a competition for a political position:

      a leadership contest

    • 3. a dispute or conflict:

      a contest between traditional and liberal views

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. engage in competition to attain (a position of power):

      she declared her intention to contest the presidency

    • 2. take part in (a competition or election):

      a coalition was formed to contest the presidential elections

    • 3. oppose (an action or theory) as mistaken or wrong:

      the former chairman contests his dismissal

    • 4. engage in dispute about:

      the issues have been hotly contested

    • a plea by which a defendant in a criminal prosecution accepts conviction but does not plead or admit guilt

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    • a plea by which a defendant in a criminal prosecution accepts conviction but does not plead or admit guilt

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    • n. a game in which two people maintain eye contact for as long as possible, the loser being the one who is the first to blink or look away:

    • do you think you can beat me in a staring contest?

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    • n. a game in which two people maintain eye contact for as long as possible, the loser being the one who is the first to blink or look away:

    • do you think you can beat me in a staring contest?

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    • n. a contest in which the winner is the woman judged the most beautiful.

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    • n. a competition for a prize given to the woman judged the most beautiful.

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    • n. a competition for the position of leader of an organization or political party:

    • the leadership contest was always going to be close

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    • n. a contest or rivalry in which the main concern of the parties involved is the conspicuous demonstration of superiority.

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    • n.
      an event in which people compete for supremacy in a sport, activity, or particular quality:
    • a beauty contest

      a gigantic air rifle shooting contest

    • v.
      engage in competition to attain (a position of power):
    • she declared her intention to contest the presidency

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  2. 知識+

    • game/competition/contest的不同點?

      ...in arms 軍備競賽。 be [stand] in competition with (sb.) for 為…和(某人)競爭Contest 1.競爭,爭論。2.競賽,比賽。a musical contest音樂比賽會。 an oratorical contest...

    • special contest 該怎麼翻呢?

      這裡的Special contest意思為特殊競賽/活動 嚴格說起來不算競賽 因為它的下文說 "我們會送出...

    • game.contest和conpetiion的差別?

      contest 常用在人與人, 物與物本體的競爭 沒有一定標準, 以裁判的喜好為原則 如 : 選美, 歌唱 competition 常用在技巧方面的競爭 以數字, 或時間定輸贏 如 : 體育