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VERB 违抗;反抗;不服从 If you defy someone or something that is trying to make you behave in a particular way, you refuse to obey them and behave in that way.
This was the first (and last) time that I dared to defy my mother...
Nearly eleven-thousand people have been arrested for defying the ban on street trading.
VERB 挑战;激;认为…不敢(或无法)（做） If you defy someone to do something, you challenge them to do it when you think that they will be unable to do it or too frightened to do it.
I defy you to come up with one major accomplishment of the current Prime Minister...
He looked at me as if he was defying me to argue.
VERB 无法，难以(描述或理解) If something defies description or understanding, it is so strange, extreme, or surprising that it is almost impossible to understand or explain.
When the flowers open in spring they fill the night air with a fragrance that defies description...
It's a devastating and barbaric act that defies all comprehension.
PHRASE 看上去比实际年轻 If you say that someone defies their age, or defies the years, you mean that their appearance or behaviour suggests that they are younger than they really are.
The singer continues to defy her age by wearing the scantiest of outfits.