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go unchallenged

This page is about the collocation go unchallenged

collocation pattern: verb + adjective

Meaning

to not be challenged or corrected

For example

  • I couldn't let his claim go unchallenged, so I said, "I'm sorry, but that's not true."

  • The idea that corporations have the same rights as people has gone unchallenged for far too long.

Note:
A similar collocation is "remain unchallenged"

Quick Quiz

A false statement can go unchallenged if the person who makes it

a. is very powerful

b. knows it's false

c. thinks it's true

Contributor: Matt Errey