1. Argue definition is - to give reasons for or against something : reason
2. Argue definition, to present reasons for or against a thing: He Argued in favor of capital punishment
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3. To attempt to prove by reasoning; maintain or contend: The speaker Argued that more immigrants should be admitted to the country
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4. Synonyms & Antonyms of Argue 1 to state (something) as a reason in support of or against something under consideration Argued that a bake sale would make a lot less money than a car wash
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5. Find 132 ways to say Argue, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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6. Argue is a verb, argument is a noun, argumentative is an adjective: I Argued with her about the money
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7. Government and many school districts Argue that "under God" is more about ceremony, much like the phrase "In God We Trust" that is printed on the national currency.
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8. De Vaan says Arguere is probably "a denominative verb 'to make bright, enlighten' to an adj
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9. Human beings Argue, but not always so effectively
10. The Crossword Solver found 200 answers to the Argue crossword clue
11. Definition of Argue written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
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12. Conjugate Argue in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.
13. Proponents of a codified constitution Argueit would strengthen the legal protection of democracy and freedom
14. Nevertheless, Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri Arguethat it …
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15. Argue verb (GIVE REASONS) B2 [ I or T ] to give the reasons for your opinion, idea, belief, etc.
16. To attempt to prove by reasoning; maintain or contend: The speaker Argued that more immigrants should be admitted to the country
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17. To Argue is to state reasons or facts for or against a person or thought
18. An example of Argue is when a lawyer defends a client’s innocence in court.
19. This is a reference page for Argue verb forms in present, past and participle tenses
20. When people Argue, they disagree with each other, sometimes loudly
21. You don’t always have to yell when you Argue, though, sometimes you’re just trying to prove a point
22. If your mom tells you to be home for dinner, don’t Argue!
23. Argue for/against something/doing something They Argued for the right to strike
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24. He Argues persuasively against nationalism
25. Argue something She Argued the case for bringing back the death penalty
26. He was too tired to Argue the point (= discuss the matter).
27. 3 [transitive] Argue something (formal) to show clearly that something exists or is true These latest developments Argue a change in government policy
28. Language Bank Argue verbs for reporting an opinion
29. Some critics Argue that Picasso remained a great master all his life
30. Future perfect; I: will have Argued: you: will have Argued: he, she, it: will have Argued: we: will have Argued: you: will have Argued: they: will have Argued
31. If one person Argues with another, they speak angrily to each other about something that they disagree about
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32. You can also say that two people Argue
33. Verb Argues, arguing, Argued 1 reporting verb Give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea, action, or theory, typically with the aim of persuading others to share one's view
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34. With direct speech ‘“It stands to reason,” she Argued’
35. One can Argue any case if one is sufficiently clever Always make sure you have a fully worked-out plan and can Argue the case Pete could marshall all the facts and Argue his case superbly a well Argued case un argumento bien expuesto; to Argue the case for sth abogar en favor de algo
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36. When parents Argue, it's normal for teens to worry
37. An argument by analogy may use a particular truth in a premise to Argue towards a similar particular truth in the conclusion
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38. Argue, quarrel, debate, dispute, discuss, reason
39. 这些动词均含"辩论，争论，说理"之意。 Argue ：指提出理由或证据为自己或自己一方的看法或立场辩护，着重说理、论证和企图说服。; quarrel ：指两人之间或两个团体之间不友好的、吵吵嚷嚷地大声争论某事，尤指"吵嘴、吵架"。
40. Definition and synonyms of Argue from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
41. This is the British English definition of Argue.View American English definition of Argue.
42. Find 136 ways to say Argue FOR, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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43. Argue (one) into To convince someone to take a particular action
44. Can't you Argue the salesman into giving us a better deal on the car? I'm sorry, but you can't Argue me into voting for that candidate
45. See also: Argue Argue (one's) way out (of something) To escape a problem or punishment by a clever or otherwise effective argument or explanation
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46. In How to Argue you’ll learn all the golden rules of successful arguing and explore many of the situations in life and work where arguments are most likely to happen
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47. ‘Optimists Argue that companies are awash with cash and their balance sheets are strong.’ ‘Some Argue that this blurring of the boundary between our work and private lives need not be a bad thing.’ ‘Cynics will Argue that the new rules are another way artificially to manipulate the sport.’
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48. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Argue ar‧gue / ˈɑːɡjuː $ ˈɑːr-/ S2 W1 verb 1 DISAGREE [intransitive] Argue to disagree with someone in words, often in an angry way We could hear the neighbours arguing
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49. Argue with Gallacher continued to Argue with the referee throughout the game
50. Argue about They were arguing about how to spend the money
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51. Argue definition: present reasons and arguments synonyms: expostulate, reason, defend, fend for, lay out, re-Argue, support, present, represent antonyms: conform
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52. However, the IRS could logically Argue that, in cases in which a for-profit partner controls die joint venture (through the partnership agreement or other arrangement placing operational and policy control in the for-profit partner's hands), any income allocable to a nonprofit profit should be treated as unrelated business income.
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53. When guns speak it is too late to Argue
54. People generally quarrel because they cannot Argue
55. Nobody felt inclined to Argue with Smith
56. She could Argue with the entire world in that kitchen and almost every evening, she did.” ― Markus Zusak, The Book Thief
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58. 1 day ago · However, while games involve a certain degree of high-level strategy formation, debating requires far more linguistic understanding as well as mental agility which, the researchers Argue, fall outside the current generation of artificial intelligence champions, like Project Debater.
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59. John Argue has distilled information from his classes for Parkinson's patients into a comprehensive exercise program designed to help you improve flexibility, balance, gait, and communication
argue(Verb) To prove. argue(Verb) To shows grounds for concluding (that); to indicate, imply. argue(Verb) To debate, disagree or discuss opposing or differing viewpoints. argue(Verb) To have an argument, a quarrel.
Etymology: OE. arguen, F. arguer, fr. To debate or discuss; to treat by reasoning; as, the counsel argued the cause before a full court; the cause was well argued. To prove or evince; too manifest or exhibit by inference, deduction, or reasoning."So many laws argue so many sins." [Milton.]
argue for. v. 1. To put forth reasons supporting something; make a case for something: The students argued for a new gymnasium, but the administration did not want to spend the money needed to build it. 2. To act as evidence or support for something: These new facts argue for a different analysis.
English Language Learners Definition of argue. : to give reasons for or against something : to say or write things in order to change someone's opinion about what is true, what should be done, etc. : to cause (someone) to decide to do or not do something by giving reasons. : to disagree or fight by using angry words.