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CONTRADICT [ˌkäntrəˈdikt]

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contradict (verb) · contradicts (third person present) · contradicted (past tense) · contradicted (past participle) · contradicting (present participle)

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1. Contradict definition is - to assert the contrary of : take issue with

2. How to use Contradict in a sentence

3. Synonym Discussion of Contradict.

4. Contradict definition, to assert the contrary or opposite of; deny directly and categorically

5. (tr) to be inconsistent with (a proposition, theory, etc): the facts Contradicted his theory.

6. (of people) to state the opposite of what someone has said, or (of one fact or statement) to be so different from another fact or statement that one of them must be wrong: Her testimony Contradicted the …

7. Some common synonyms of Contradict are contravene, deny, and gainsay

8. While all these words mean "to refuse to accept as true or valid," Contradict implies an open or flat denial

9. Her account Contradicts his In what contexts can contravene take the place of Contradict?

10. Find 50 ways to say Contradict, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

11. (tr) to be inconsistent with (a proposition, theory, etc): the facts Contradicted his theory.

12. Welcome to the page with the answer to the clue Contradict

13. Contradictory definition, asserting the contrary or opposite; Contradicting; inconsistent; logically opposite: Contradictory statements

14. "Contra-" usually means "against," and to Contradict is to go against or say the opposite of what someone else is doing or saying

15. Sometimes to Contradict is to frustrate with words, like when one person says "The sky is blue" and another says "No, it's azure." Denying or distorting the truth is a big part of trying to Contradict.

16. Contradict - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

17. Contradict – IDEAS FOR A NEW WORLD Winner of Berner Filmpreis 2020 When two friends collect money for the so-called “suffering in America” in the streets of …

18. Contradictory That Contradicts something, such as an argument

19. Introduction This booklet is a response to the pamphlet “136 Bible Contradictions” printed by Crusade publications of Redmond, Washington

20. Churchill: For Cuomo team, words about sexual harassment Contradict actions A powerful speech about misogyny by Melissa DeRosa takes on new relevance after sexual harassment allegations against

21. The surveillance video did not Contradict the plaintiff's “clear and unambiguous” statements about Mark's physical abilities ¶ 93 The City first asserts that it cannot be faulted for a lack of investigative diligence, because it was entitled to rely on the …

22. Synonyms for Contradict in Free Thesaurus

23. 37 synonyms for Contradict: deny, challenge, dispute, belie, fly in the face of, make a nonsense of, gainsay, be at variance with, deny, oppose, counter, negate

24. What are synonyms for Contradict?

25. Contradict: To assert to be untrue, often by saying the opposite: synonym : deny .

26. What does Contradict mean? To assert to be untrue, often by saying the opposite

27. ‘The teachers and certain people in the administration are extremely closed-minded to any ideas that conflict or Contradict their own.’ ‘These figures, which document an out-of-control war on drugs in the city, Contradict the rhetoric we are hearing from all quarters.’

28. Examples of Contradict in a sentence The security camera appears to Contradict Gail’s claim she never left the hotel

29. Contradict (third-person singular simple present Contradicts, present participle Contradicting, simple past and past participle Contradicted) To deny the truth or validity of (a statement or statements)

30. His testimony Contradicts hers.

31. • Recent experiments seem to Contradict earlier results

32. • What he must do is to formulate an assertion which Contradicts our own, and give us his instruction for testing it

33. • Also, much of the advice found in one book directly Contradicts that found in another

34. • This would Contradict the open-ended accessibility that is the hallmark

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37. ‘The teachers and certain people in the administration are extremely closed-minded to any ideas that conflict or Contradict their own.’ ‘These figures, which document an out-of-control war on drugs in the city, Contradict the rhetoric we are hearing from all quarters.’

38. Verb If you Contradict someone, you say that what they have just said is wrong, or suggest that it is wrong by saying something different

39. Contradict something Contradict each other (of statements or pieces of evidence) to be so different from each other that one of them must be wrong

40. The two stories Contradict each other

41. This version of events was Contradicted by eye-witness reports

42. Contradictory: 1 adj unable to be both true at the same time Synonyms: mutually exclusive incompatible not compatible adj of words or propositions so related that both cannot be true and both cannot be false “`perfect' and `imperfect' are Contradictory terms” Synonyms: antonymous of words: having opposite meanings adj in disagreement “"

43. See 3 authoritative translations of Contradict in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

44. Word forms: Contradicts, Contradicting, Contradicted 1

45. Transitive verb If you Contradict someone, you tell them that what they have just said is wrong, or suggest that it is wrong by saying something different

46. Contradict: verb ab re discrepare , abrogate , affirm the contrary , annul , answer back , argue , assert the contrary , assert the opposite , challenge , clash

47. Contradict (v.) 1570s, "speak against, oppose" (a sense now obsolete); 1580s, "assert the contrary or opposite of," from Latin Contradictus, past participle of contradicere, in classical Latin contra dicere "to speak against," from contra "against" (see contra (prep., adv.)) + dicere "to say, speak" (from PIE root *deik-"to show," also "pronounce solemnly").

48. Another way to say Contradict? Synonyms for Contradict (other words and phrases for Contradict)

49. What is the opposite of Contradict? Antonyms for Contradict (opposite of Contradict)

50. I had to Contradict him: it is a redistribution between artists and producers, the music industry, and then only the big names

51. It is not lawful to Contradict a point of history known to all the world

52. The Jews--spoke against those things which were spoken by Paul, Contradicting and blaspheming

53. 1570s, "speak against, oppose" (a sense now obsolete); 1580s, "assert the contrary or opposite of," from Latin Contradictus, past participle of contradicere, in classical Latin contra dicere "to speak against," from contra "against" (see contra (prep., adv.)) + dicere "to say, speak" (from PIE root *deik-"to show," also "pronounce solemnly").

54. That is true, and don't you dare Contradict

55. It's difficult to Contradict someone politely

56. Deborah opened her mouth to Contradict, but closed it again

57. She does not like to Contradict her husband in public

58. Contradict has a home on my bookshelf next to the Ravi Zacharias books I have

59. Sociological accounts of the Indian village community also Contradict Marxist pontifications on the subject.: For the many real world victims, the realities of domestic violence flatly Contradict such stereotypes.: These are half-truths and lies, which flatly Contradict previous statements.: These figures, which document an out-of-control war on drugs in the city, Contradict the rhetoric we

60. Contradict yourself : to say or do something that is opposite or very different in meaning to something else that you said or did earlier The witness Contradicted herself when she insisted she could identify the thief even though she had said that the night was too foggy to see clearly.

61. Contradiction: noun adverseness , antipathy , assertion of the contrary , assertion of the opposite , conflicting evidence , confutation , contradistinction

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