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risen to the challenge v.
se montré à la hauteur

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
past part.
pris de l'importance
past part.
accédé au pouvoir
v.
relevé le défi
v.
se montrer à la hauteur
v.
se montré à la hauteur
v.
relever le défi
past part.
relevé le défi
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risen

  

      pp  
     rise   
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rise, rinse, resin, riser

"risen to the challenge": examples and translations in context
Well, you've definitely risen to the challenge. Eh bien, on dirait que tu as relevé le défi.
We have risen to the challenge and we are working towards an agreement at first reading. Nous relevons le défi et nous œ uvrons en faveur d'un accord en première lecture.
That is an exercise in leadership. The Royal Canadian Air Force has risen to the challenge time and time again. Ça, c'est du leadership. L'Aviation royale canadienne a relevé le défi à maintes reprises.
Human beings have always risen to the challenge. You just need to look at the list of Nobel laureates to remind ourselves. Les êtres humaines ont toujours relevé le défi. Pour se le rappeler, il suffit de regarder la liste des lauréats du Prix Nobel.
I have faith in their ability to manage the decommissioning of old plants in the future, just as they have risen to the challenge of reprocessing spent fuel in the past. Je crois en leur capacité à gérer à l'avenir le déclassement des vieilles centrales, tout comme ils avaient relevé le défi du retraitement des déchets de combustibles nucléaires.
All of this does not mean that we have not had our challenges, but what it does mean is that every time we have been challenged as a country the people of Canada have risen to the challenge. Cela ne signifie pas pour autant que nous n'avons pas eu de problèmes, mais plutôt que chaque fois qu'on nous a défiés en tant que pays, les Canadiens ont toujours su relever le défi.
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