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argue /ˈɑːɡjuː $ ˈɑːr-/ verb


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argue
[verb]
Synonyms:
- discuss, assert, claim, debate, dispute, maintain, reason, remonstrate
- quarrel, bicker, disagree, dispute, fall out (informal), fight, squabble
Contrasted words: accord, agree, concur
Related Idioms: bandy words, have it out, join (or take) issue
Related Words: analyze, investigate, review, sift, study, ventilate, expostulate, object, protest, remonstrate, differ, disaccord, disagree, dissent, balk, demur, jib, clash, conflict
English Thesaurus: argue, have an argument, have a row, quarrel, squabble, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

argue S2 W1 /ˈɑːɡjuː $ ˈɑːr-/ verb
[Word Family: adjective: arguable, argumentative; verb: argue; noun: argument; adverb: arguably]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: arguer, from Latin arguere 'to make clear']

1. [intransitive] to disagree with someone in words, often in an angry way:
We could hear the neighbours arguing.
argue with
Gallacher continued to argue with the referee throughout the game.
argue about
They were arguing about how to spend the money.
argue over
The children were arguing over which TV programme to watch.

2. [intransitive and transitive] to state, giving clear reasons, that something is true, should be done etc
argue that
Croft argued that a date should be set for the withdrawal of troops.
It could be argued that a dam might actually increase the risk of flooding.
argue for/against (doing) something
Baker argued against cutting the military budget.
She argued the case for changing the law.
The researchers put forward a well-argued case for banning the drug.
They argued the point (=discussed it) for hours without reaching a conclusion.

3. argue somebody into/out of doing something British English to persuade someone to do or not do something:
Joyce argued me into buying a new jacket.

4. [transitive] formal to show that something clearly exists or is true:
The statement argues a change of attitude by the management.

5. argue the toss British English informal to continue to argue about a decision that has been made and cannot be changed:
There was no point arguing the toss after the goal had been disallowed.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

argue
verb
I. disagree
ADV. fiercely, furiously, heatedly | endlessly
PREP. about arguing endlessly about money
over They were arguing over who should have the car that day.
with She's always arguing with her mother.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

argue
II. give reasons to support opinion
ADV. forcefully, passionately, strongly | convincingly, persuasively, plausibly, successfully The report argues convincingly that economic help should be given to these countries.
sensibly
VERB + ARGUE be disposed to, wish to I would wish to argue that appreciation of the arts should be encouraged for its own sake.
be prepared to Are you prepared to argue that killing is sometimes justified?
attempt to, try to | go on to In her paper she goes on to argue that scientists do not yet know enough about the nature of the disease.
be possible to It is possible to argue that the rules are too strict.
be difficult to
PREP. against She argued against a rise in interest rates.
for The general argued for extending the ceasefire.
in favour of They argued in favour of stricter punishments.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

argue
verb
BAD: In the first class after lunch we usually argue.
GOOD: In the first class after lunch we usually have a discussion.

Usage Note:
When people argue (or quarrel ), they disagree strongly about something and are often angry or upset: 'Parents should try not to argue in front of their children.' 'We were always arguing about silly things, like whose turn it was to do the shopping.'
When people consider a subject from several points of view, they have a discussion or have a debate (= a formal discussion in which two or more groups take it in turns to present their opinions).

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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