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Meaning of “argument” - Learner’s Dictionary

argument

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɑːɡjəmənt/
ANGRY DISCUSSION B1 an angry discussion with someone in which you both disagree: They had an argument about who should do the cleaning.Debate and discussionArguments and disagreements
REASON B2 a reason or reasons why you support or oppose an idea, action, etc: There are many arguments for/against nuclear energy.Motives and reasons
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 Chinese (Simplified) 争执, 争论, 争吵…
in Polish kłótnia, argument…
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