arguer

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Englisch - Türkisch
tartışmacı
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tartışmak

Tom Mary ile tartışmak istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to argue with Mary.

Tom Mary ile tartışmak istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to argue with Mary.

argue
münakaşa etmek
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iddia etmek
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{f} karşı gelmek
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savunmak
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göstergesi olmak
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{f} itiraz etmek
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ispatı olmak
argue
kavga etmek
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çekişmek
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ileri sürmek
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öne sürmek
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tartışma

Tom sizinle tartışmak istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to argue with you.

Bazı insanlar tartışmaktan nefret ederler. - Some people hate to argue.

argue
kanıtlamaya çalışmak
argue
ispat
argue
becelleşmek
argue
-e belirti olmak
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-e alamet olmak
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münakaşa

Neredeyse her gün münakaşa ederim. - I argue almost every day.

Tom ve Mary münakaşa etmeye başladılar. - Tom and Mary began to argue.

argue
(Kanun) müzakere etmek
argue
atışmak
argue
tartış

Tom'la tartışmasan iyi olur. - You'd better not argue with Tom.

Bazı insanlar tartışmaktan nefret ederler. - Some people hate to argue.

argue
kandırmak
argue
görüşmek
argue
sebep ve delil göstermek
argue
{f} that -i savunmak, -i iddia etmek
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out of ile caydırmak
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{f} belli etmek
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{f} ikna etmek
argue
müdafaa etmek
argue
argue one into going bir kimseyi gitmeye razı etme
argue
delil göstermek
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ispat etmek
argue
for ile delil göstererek lehte söz söylemek
Englisch - Englisch
{n} a disputer, debater, reasoner
One who argues
someone who engages in debate
One who argues; a reasoner; a disputant
{i} one who argues, one who bickers, quarreler
argue
To have an argument, a quarrel
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To present (a viewpoint or an argument therefor)

He argued that America should stop Lend-Lease convoying because it needed to fortify its own Army with the supplies.

argue
{v} to reason, to draw inferences from premises
argue
v to offer reasons for or against something; to dispute; to disagree
argue
present reasons and arguments
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give evidence of; "The evidence argues for your claim"; "The results indicate the need for more work"
argue
To prove or evince; too manifest or exhibit by inference, deduction, or reasoning
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To contend in argument; to dispute; to reason; - - followed by with; as, you may argue with your friend without convincing him
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To have an argument
argue
have an argument about something
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to argue the toss: see toss
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Present reasons to support or contest a measure or opinion Contend in argument; quarrel
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If one person argues with another, they speak angrily to each other about something that they disagree about. You can also say that two people argue. The committee is concerned about players' behaviour, especially arguing with referees They were still arguing; I could hear them down the road
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If you argue, you support your opinions with evidence in an ordered or logical way. He argued persuasively, and was full of confidence
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To invent and offer reasons to support or overthrow a proposition, opinion, or measure; to use arguments; to reason
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If you argue that something is true, you state it and give the reasons why you think it is true. His lawyers are arguing that he is unfit to stand trial It could be argued that the British are not aggressive enough
argue
To blame; to accuse; to charge with
argue
{f} dispute; claim; give reasons
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present reasons and arguments give evidence of; "The evidence argues for your claim"; "The results indicate the need for more work" have an argument about something
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To persuade by reasons; as, to argue a man into a different opinion
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Put forward a proposition, then illustrate it, discuss its significance, and defend it against possible counter-charges
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To debate, disagree, or discuss opposing or differing viewpoints
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If you argue with someone about something, you discuss it with them, with each of you giving your different opinions. He was arguing with the King about the need to maintain the cavalry at full strength They are arguing over foreign policy The two of them sitting in their office were arguing this point
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That thing that Dad does to me when I decide I have better things to do The best course or action is just to ignore them
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If you tell someone not to argue with you, you want them to do or believe what you say without protest or disagreement. Don't argue with me The children go to bed at 10.30. No one dares argue
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present reasons and arguments give evidence of; "The evidence argues for your claim"; "The results indicate the need for more work"
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If you argue for something, you say why you agree with it, in order to persuade people that it is right. If you argue against something, you say why you disagree with it, in order to persuade people that it is wrong. The report argues against tax increases I argued the case for an independent central bank
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To debate or discuss; to treat by reasoning; as, the counsel argued the cause before a full court; the cause was well argued
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emphasis If you say that no-one can argue with a particular fact or opinion, you are emphasizing that it is obviously true and so everyone must accept it. We produced the best soccer of the tournament. Nobody would argue with that
arguers
plural of arguer
arguer

    Silbentrennung

    ar·gu·er

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    Etymologie

    [ 'är-(")gyü ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French arguer to accuse, reason & Latin arguere to demonstrate, prove; Middle French arguer, from Latin argutare to prate, frequentative of arguere; akin to Hittite arkuwai- to plead, respond.

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