Traducción de unchallenged en español:

unchallenged

incontestado, adj.

Pronunciación: /ʌnˈtʃalɪn(d)ʒd//ˌənˈtʃæləndʒd/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (unopposed)
    (doctrine/assumption) incontestado
    his remarks cannot go unchallenged sus comentarios no pueden quedar sin respuesta
    • if we let this proposal pass unchallenged, it could set a precedent si no ponemos objeciones a la propuesta, podría sentar precedente
    • Of course, upholding the right to be offensive does not mean allowing objectionable views to go unchallenged, on some spineless basis that everybody is entitled to his opinion.
    • As the Roman Republic after the defeat of Carthage so, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, US supremacy is unchallenged.
    • Someone, I am not sure which of you, mentioned sanctions; there is a degree of feeling, we gather, that certain actions go unchallenged, go unsorted.
    • We are raising resolutions in branches and districts to make sure it does not go unchallenged.
    • There is little appetite for unilateral initiative among Western powers today, including the unchallenged superpower America.
    • The plan for global domination by the US has been in development for the past decade-ever since the collapse of the Soviet Union saw the US emerge as the unchallenged global military power.
    • Enforcers in full-face helmets were everywhere, striding through the crowd with arrogance born of unchallenged supremacy.
    • Most of these claims go unchallenged by the popular press and by the Labour opposition desperate not to be branded ‘soft’ on immigration.
    • The conclusion of World War II saw the emergence of the US as the unchallenged and pre-eminent capitalist power.
    • This is not to say that the business voice should go unchallenged, but it should certainly have the opportunity to be heard in a loud, clear and unambiguous way at the very centre of government.
    • This is predicated on acceptance of the unchallenged military supremacy of the US.
    • We don't want these attitudes to go unchallenged.
    • Supporters of Social Security really don't have the luxury of letting one lie or distortion go unchallenged or unanswered.
    • But Wales did get their priceless second on 67 minutes when Davies curled in another free-kick and Hartson rose unchallenged to power a header to the net.
    • Unlike Britain in the '20s, however, U.S. military and diplomatic supremacy is unchallenged.
    • Human rights groups say that any amendments will not go unchallenged, implying that legal means will be invoked to prevent what they regard as serious infringements on human rights.
    • All this is part of Mallet's schema to make the point that First World supremacy is unchallenged, attacking Orientalism with a much cruder version of Occidentalism.
    • No excuses, no blaming Israel, no moral equivalence… just a simple recognition that a profoundly sinister assertion should not go unchallenged.
    • If these assumptions go unchallenged, humanitarian intervention will become a soothing name for unilateral and unaccountable exercises of power.
    • I could not just stand by and let some things go unchallenged, and because I challenged them, the atmosphere changed.
    • But the United States was never able to regain the position of unchallenged world supremacy that it had enjoyed in the decade or so that followed the Second World War.
    • The unchallenged power of the consultant is already under investigation, after another incompetent obstetrician was exposed.
    • If the government had allowed the BBC's report to go unchallenged, the conventional wisdom would now be that the government accepted the allegation that they were liars and frauds.
    • As the potential model for other ventures between the public and private sector in Toronto, it would be regrettable if we let Dundas Square's weaknesses as a public square go unchallenged.
    • The reason it became incapable of doing this is because it wielded largely unchallenged power for a very long time and did not have to practice self-examination as a result.
    • In a series of papers they devised a blueprint for unchallenged and unchallengeable American power, military and political, across the globe, with the Middle East and Iraq as fulcrum.
    • Relying on its unchallenged military supremacy, Washington has made it clear that that UN resolutions and international law apply only to lesser countries.
    • The sad, stunning thing is how these remarks go unchallenged - when there are Republicans who know better sitting right there.
    • There is a kind of infantilism in the booze-and - footie culture of the central Scotland male that allows prejudice to go unchallenged and ignorance unaddressed.
    • Today, America stands unchallenged as a global power, projecting its economic and military strength throughout the world.
    • The most right-wing monks have treated the war as a religious crusade to ensure the unchallenged supremacy of Buddhism and the ‘Sinhala nation.’
    • Our contribution to Casino and district is considerable in terms of both financial and social effects and we don't believe that an article such as yours should go unchallenged.
    • By the mid-eighteenth century the British were to turn the tables completely on the Dutch and win an unchallenged supremacy among Europeans in Asia.
    • In a democracy, supremacy of Parliament remains unchallenged.
    • It is a sign of the appalling lack of civics knowledge among the population and the media that the Democrats go unchallenged when they make these claims.
    • Ms Donovan said Mr Cusack's remarks had done a disservice to those who had chosen to remain with the newspaper and that they could not go unchallenged.
    • This policy is founded on the conception that Washington's unchallenged military supremacy gives it a free hand to use force to assert the global hegemony of American capitalism.
    • He knows that, whether or not any new European Constitution is passed, Britain will be dragged further and further into corporatism if present arrangements go unchallenged.
    • For the first time, an American president had travelled to Europe under conditions where the dollar was losing its unchallenged supremacy in the world economy.
    • Its decision to remain outside the law demonstrates high-handed contempt for the rule of European Union law and must not go unchallenged.
  • 2

    (undisputed, unrivaled)
    (leader/master) indiscutible