Challenged vs Vendor - What's the difference?

challenged | vendor |


As a verb challenged

is (challenge).

As an adjective challenged

is lacking some physical or mental attribute or skill; used after adverbs to make politically correct adjectives.

As a noun vendor is

a person or a company that vends or sells.

challenged

English

Verb

(head)
  • (challenge)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Lacking some physical or mental attribute or skill; used after adverbs to make politically correct adjectives.
  • mentally challenged
  • Used following adverbs to make jocular adjectives in imitation of and mocking politically correct adjectives of this kind, as "X''-challenged" = "lacking ''X ".
  • vertically challenged

    Derived terms

    * cerebrally challenged (jocular ) * esthetically challenged (jocular ) * culinarily challenged (jocular ) * follicly challenged (jocular ) * horizontally challenged (jocular ) * hymenally challenged (jocular ) * mentally challenged * metabolically challenged (jocular ) * physically challenged * reality challenged (jocular ) * vertically challenged (jocular )

    vendor

    English

    (wikipedia vendor)

    Alternative forms

    * vender

    Noun

  • A person or a company that vends or sells.
  • Synonyms

    * merchant * seller

    See also

    * Spanish: vender (to sell) ----