|contradict, oppose, refute||rebut|
|ability or willingness to fight, battle, combat; wrestle; quarrel; boxing match; desire to do battle, battle; combat; wrestle; advance through great effort, box against somebody, carry on battle or contest, go to war, oppose something, struggle, strugg...||fight|
|ability to oppose; opportunity to oppose||opposability|
|act against, oppose (with an equal weight, force, etc.), balance with equal weight, counterbalancing person or thing, have equal and opposing effect on, weight that balances another, weight which balances another; equal weight or power acting in opposi...||counterbalance|
|adopt something, be upset, hire somebody, oppose somebody or something, take people or things on board, undertake, worry about something||take on|
|amaze, stun, confuse, bewilder; fail to discern a difference, mix up, bring to ruin, expressing anger, frustrate somebody or something, get things mixed up, make situation worse, put to shame, refute||confound|
|answer of "no", bad, deny, veto; refute, disprove; negate; reject, destination of electrons, disprove proposition, having same charge as electron, less than zero, meaning "no", moving away, negating proposition, negation; negative word; refusal, denial...||negative|
|argue, debate; appeal, contest; oppose, fight against, argument, disagree, industrial disagreement, quarrel, question||dispute|
|balanced state, compensating factor, counteracting weight, counterbalance; balanced state, counterbalance; bring into balance by means of an opposing weight or force, make balanced, oppose and balance something||counterpoise|
|barrier across a trench, barrier within a building, pass over; oppose, thwart, crossbeam, crossing, passage across; formal denial of a claim made by the other party; zig-zag course (e.g. by a sailboat); protective embankment around a trench; small area...||traverse|
|be met by difficulty, challenge face to face, encounter difficulty, make aware of something, stand face to face; put before; oppose; compare||confront|
|be unharmed by something, fight against somebody or something, oppose, challenge; withstand, be immune to the effects of; refrain from, desist, protective coating, coating that inhibits an effect or reaction (such as paint which prevents the rusting of...||resist|
|beg for, entreat; call to witness; oppose emphatically||obtest|
|being in competition, contending, compete, compete with, challenge, oppose, contest, competing, competing person or group, competitor, opponent, contender, equal or surpass, somebody equal or better, try to equal||rival|
|cause to hate, make an enemy of; cause hostility, provoke antagonism; oppose, counteract (also antagonise)||antagonize (Amer.)|
|cause to hate, make an enemy of; cause hostility, provoke antagonism; oppose, counteract (also antagonize)||antagonise (Brit.)|
|challenge authority or power, challenge somebody to do something, not be explained by something, oppose, resist; challenge||defy|
|change decision, deny or contradict, reverse a decision, annul, repudiate||disaffirm|
|clash, fight, quarrel, differ, difference, mental struggle, oppose, disagree, plot tension, war||conflict|
|compete, endeavor, try hard; compete; struggle, resist, oppose||strive|
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