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 us   /ˌɑr·ɡjəˈmen·tə·t̬ɪv/
quick to ​disagree and ​argue: Don’t be so argumentative.
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Translations of “argumentative”
in Arabic جَدليّ…
in Korean 말싸움을 좋아하는…
in Portuguese argumentativo, contestador…
in Catalan polèmic, discutidor…
in Japanese 議論好きな, 論争的な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 好争辩的, 好争吵的…
in Turkish tartışan, tartışmaya eğilimli…
in Russian любящий поспорить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 好爭辯的, 好爭吵的…
in Italian polemico…
in Polish kłótliwy…
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