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dispute

noun [C/U]  /dɪˈspjut/ us  
an argument or disagreement: [C] Management and the union are trying to resolve the dispute over working conditions. Her skill is not in dispute (= there is no disagreement about her skill), but she doesn’t produce enough work.
dispute
verb [I/T]  /dɪˈspjut/ us  
[+ that clause] I don’t dispute that his films are entertaining, but they don’t have much depth.
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