argument noun (DISAGREEMENT) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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argument

noun [C or U] (DISAGREEMENT)
争执
 
 
/ˈɑːɡ.jʊ.mənt/ US  /ˈɑːrɡ-/
a disagreement, or the process of disagreeing
争论;争吵;争辩;争执
The children had an argument about/over what game to play.
孩子们为了玩哪个游戏吵了起来。
He got into an argument with Jeff in the pub last night.
昨晚他和杰夫在酒馆里起了争执。
A decision was finally made after some heated argument.
经过激烈的争辩,最终作出了一项决定。
Arguments and disagreements
Translations of “argument”
in Korean 말다툼, 주장…
in Arabic جِدال…
in Portuguese discussão, argumento…
in Catalan discussió, argument…
in Japanese 口論, 口げんか, 主張…
in Italian discussione, lite, polemica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 爭執, 爭論, 爭吵…
in Russian спор, довод…
in Turkish münakaşa, tartışma, argüman…
in Polish kłótnia, argument…
(Definition of argument noun (DISAGREEMENT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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