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arguable
adjective
1 capable of being argued or disputed.
2 said of a proposition, statement, etc: capable of being maintained.
arguably adverb .


argue pronunciación
verb (argued , arguing )
1 tr & intr to put forward one's case, especially in a clear and well-ordered manner argued the point very eloquently .
2 intr to quarrel or disagree She argued with him over money .
3 to show or be evidence for something It argues a degree of enthusiasm on their part .
[14c: from Latin arguere to prove]
arguer noun .


argument pronunciación
noun
1 a quarrel or unfriendly discussion.
2 a reason for or against an idea, etc.
3 the use of reason in making decisions.
4 a summary of the theme or subject of a book, etc.
[14c: from Latin argumentum , from arguere to prove]
for argument's sake or for the sake of argument in order to allow further discussion For the sake of argument, let's say I got the time of the meeting wrong .


argumentation pronunciación
noun sensible and methodical reasoning.


argumentative
adjective fond of arguing; always ready to quarrel.
argumentatively adverb .


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