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argue

verb   /ˈɑː·ɡjuː/ ( present participle arguing, past tense and past participle argued)
B1 to speak angrily to someone, telling them that you disagree with them discutir My parents are always arguing about money.
to give reasons to support or oppose an idea, action, etc. argumentar She argued that it would be cheaper to travel by bus.
(Definition of argue from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

argue

verb /ˈaːɡjuː/
(with with someone, about something) to quarrel with (a person) or discuss (something) with a person in a not very friendly way discutir I’m not going to argue Will you children stop arguing with each other about whose toy that is!
(with for, against) to suggest reasons for or for not doing something argüir, argumentar I argued for/against accepting the plan.
(with into, out of) to persuade (a person) (not) to do something persuadir de/a(positivo); disuadir de (negativo) I’ll try to argue him into going He argued her out of buying the dress.
to discuss, giving one’s reasoning sostener She argued the point very cleverly.
arguable adjective
able to be put forward in argument discutible It is arguable that he should have agreed to her request.
argument noun
a quarrel or unfriendly discussion discusión They are having an argument about/over whose turn it is.
a set of reasons; a piece of reasoning argumento There are several arguments for/against the proposal a philosophical argument.
argumentative /-ˈmentətiv/ adjective
fond of arguing discutidor, argumentador He is a very argumentative person who is often getting into fights.
(Definition of argue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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