1 an occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants [syn: competition]
2 a struggle between rivals v : to make the subject of dispute, contention, or litigation; "They contested the outcome of the race" [syn: contend, repugn]
- Czech: soutěž
- French: concours
- German: Wettkampf
- Hebrew: תחרות (takharut)
- Italian: concorso
- (oppose): support
- Hebrew: להתחרות (le'hitkharot)
Contest may refer to:
- A contest, is an event in which two or more individuals or teams compete against each other, often for a prize or similar incentive.
- to contest, in law, is to disagree with a civil or criminal legal charge in court.
- Contest, a commune of the Mayenne département, in France.
- Contest, a novel by Australian Author Matthew Reilly.
- The Con Test, an Australian game show which airs on Network Ten.
- The Contest, an episode from the US sitcom Seinfeld.
- Contest (ship), an Australian ship sunk in 1807.
contest in Japanese: コンテスト
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