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Translation of "dispute" - English-Spanish dictionary

dispute

noun   /ˈdɪs·pjuːt/
a disagreement, especially one that lasts a long time disputa, conflicto A man stabbed his neighbour in a dispute over noise.
verb   /dɪˈspjuːt/
to disagree with something someone says poner en duda I’m not disputing that the drug has benefits.
(Definition of dispute from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dispute

verb /diˈspjuːt/
to argue against or deny discutir I’m not disputing what you say.
to argue (about) discutir They disputed the ownership of the land for years.
disputable adjective
able to be argued about discutible Whether this change was an improvement is disputable.
disputation noun
(formal) a formal argument discusión the continuing disputation among the interested parties.
(Definition of dispute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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