debate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} çekişmek
{i} çekişme
{i} tartışma

Büyük bir tartışma değildi. - It wasn't much of a debate.

Tartışmada onu tamamen yendim. - I beat him completely in the debate.

{i} müzakere

Müzakere ne zaman gerçekleşecek? - When will the debate take place?

münazara

Tom lisenin münazara takımına katıldı. - Tom joined his high school's debate team.

Başkanlık münazarasını izledin mi? - Did you watch the presidential debate?

tartışı

Bu konu geçmişte zaten sıcak bir şekilde tartışılmış ancak anlaşmaya varılamamıştır. - This topic has already been hotly debated in the past, but no agreement was reached.

Sorunu onunla tartışırdım. - I used to debate the problem with her.

fikir çatışması
cedel
görüşmek
{i} görüşme

Bu görüşmenin saçma seviyesine yaklaştığını düşünüyorum. - I think this debate is getting close to the level of the absurd.

Görüşme ne zaman gerçekleşecek? - When will the debate take place?

tartışmak

Tartışmak için zamanımız yok. - We don't have time to debate.

Bunu tartışmak istemiyorum. - I don't wish to debate this.

{f} tartış

O, tartışmada uyuyor gibi yaptı. - She pretended to be asleep during the debate.

Tartışmada onu tamamen yendim. - I beat him completely in the debate.

çok düşünmek, düşünüp taşınmak: "He debated with himself before reaching the decision. - Kararını vermeden önce çok düşündü."
debating society münazaralar tertip eden kurum
{f} dikkate almak
{f} düşünüp taşınmak
{f} danışmak
{f} çok düşünmek, düşünüp taşınmak: He debated with himself before reaching the decision. Kararını vermeden önce çok düşündü
düşün/tartış
debate on request
gündem dışı görüşme
debate with oneself
tartmak
debate with oneself
düşünüp taşınmak
opening of the debate
(Politika, Siyaset) tartışmayı başlatma
be under debate
üzerinde görüşülmek
debated
tartışmalı

Fransız Devrimi en tartışmalı tarihi olaylardan biridir. - The French Revolution is one of the most debated historical events.

debater
tartışmacı
debates
tartışır
disagreement, debate, argument
anlaşmazlık, tartışma, tartışma
pub debate
Meyhane muhabbeti
public debate
kamuoyu tartışması
under debate
tartışmaları altında
be under debate
ele alınmak
debater
konuşmacı

Tom iyi bir konuşmacı. - Tom is a good debater.

general debate
(Politika, Siyaset) genel görüşme
general debate
(Politika, Siyaset) umumi müzakere
political debate
(Politika, Siyaset) siyasal çekişme
to debate
(Hukuk) görüşmek
to debate
(Hukuk) tartışmak

Bunu tartışmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to debate this.

Gerçekten bunu tartışmak istemiyorum. - I don't really want to debate this.

Türkçe - Türkçe

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DEBAT
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C. Debâ) Uçmayan çekirge
İngilizce - İngilizce
Discussion of opposing views

There has been considerable debate concerning exactly how to format these articles.

To participate in a debate; to dispute, argue, especially in a public arena
An informal and spirited but generally civil discussion of opposing views

There was a bit of a debate over who should pay for the damaged fence.

Strife, discord
To fight

Well knew they both his person, sith of late / With him in bloudie armes they rashly did debate.

(Frequently in French form débat) a type of literary composition, taking the form of a discussion or disputation, commonly found in the vernacular medieval poetry of many European countries, as well as in medieval Latin
An argument, or discussion, usually in an ordered or formal setting, often with more than two people, generally ending with a vote or other decision

After a four-hour debate, the committee voted to table the motion.

{f} argue; discuss; consider
If people debate a topic, they discuss it fairly formally, putting forward different views. You can also say that one person debates a topic with another person. The United Nations Security Council will debate the issue today Scholars have debated whether or not Yagenta became a convert He likes to debate issues with his friends
{n} a dispute, contest, quarrel
{v} to consider, argue, dispute, contest
- a public gathering where politicians discuss and argue for and against various political issues Debates allow politicians to say how they feel about election issues they support or don't like, and address the candidates they are running against in the election Sometimes members of the public are allowed to ask questions for the politicians to discuss
To engage in combat for; to strive for
The Debate Page provided access to all of Reinventing America's discussion tools--bulletin boards, newsgroups, and chat From the Debate Page, players could discuss and debate the issues with the game's other players To go there, click here The discussion tools are no longer active
To argue the merits of a legislative measure, pro and con
think about carefully; weigh; "They considered the possibility of a strike"; "Turn the proposal over in your mind"
an argument between two teams (opposition and government) which follows a set of rules and a set of time limits
argue with one another; "We debated the question of abortion"; "John debated Mary"
Contention in words or arguments; discussion for the purpose of elucidating truth or influencing action; strife in argument; controversy; as, the debates in Parliament or in Congress
Discussion or a question according to parliamentary rules
a formal discussion on a bill or other topic in which different views are put declaration of the poll an announcement of the results of voting at an election democracy 1 government by the people - a way of governing a country in which the people elect representatives to form a government on their behalf
To engage in strife or combat; to fight
A fight or fighting; contest; strife
If you debate whether to do something or what to do, you think or talk about possible courses of action before deciding exactly what you are going to do. Taggart debated whether to have yet another double vodka I debated going back inside, but decided against it
a formal discussion in a house on a bill or other topic in which different views are put to arrive at a decision
a type of literary composition, taking the form of a discussion or disputation, commonly found in the vernacular medieval poetry of many European countries, as well as in medieval Latin
  The formal discussion and argumentation of a matter by the members of the Senate and General Assembly during a session   Precise limitations on debate in the New Jersey Legislature have been set by the rules of each house
A discussion of the arguments for and against something A debate is usually rather formal and timed and planned
an organized, public argument for and against a certain idea
an oral exchange of ideas through a specified structure
the formal presentation of and opposition to a stated proposition (usually followed by a vote) argue with one another; "We debated the question of abortion"; "John debated Mary"
discuss the pros and cons of an issue
put both sides of the case as forcefully as you can, then criticise each side from the perspective of the other
Formal discussion on a matter before the body
a discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal; "the argument over foreign aid goes on and on"
the time allotted to discuss the bill, divided equally between majority and minority parties
If you say that a matter is open to debate, you mean that people have different opinions about it, or it has not yet been firmly decided. Which of them has more musical talent is open to debate
A discussion of an issue or proposition
To argue the merits of a bill, for and against
a process of inquiry and advocacy seeking reasoned judgment on a proposition Debate allows for two or more sides advocating their positions on a given issues under some set of rules with some kind of judgment to follow from a judge or audience
A debate is a formal discussion, for example in a parliament or institution, in which people express different opinions about a particular subject and then vote on it. There are expected to be some heated debates in parliament over the next few days. + debating de·bat·ing debating skills
Subject of discussion
A deliberative discussion with presentation of arguments for and against Academic debate involves a competitive format with a preset topic, in-depth research, organizing ideas into persuasive presentations, cross examination, and defense against attack
the formal presentation of and opposition to a stated proposition (usually followed by a vote)
To contend for in words or arguments; to strive to maintain by reasoning; to dispute; to contest; to discuss; to argue for and against
The formal presentation of various viewpoints on matters before the Houses Dissolution: The bringing to an end, by the Governor, of a Parliament, making a new election necessary Division: A vote in a House of Parliament in which a record of the names of Members and how they voted is kept Draft Bill: An early version of a proposed Bill, before it is introduced into Parliament
To contend in words; to dispute; hence, to deliberate; to consider; to discuss or examine different arguments in the mind; often followed by on or upon
A debate is a discussion about a subject on which people have different views. An intense debate is going on within the Israeli government There has been a lot of debate among scholars about this. = discussion
To participate in a debate
{i} argument; discussion
have an argument about something
The formal discussion that takes place in the Senate and House in consideration of legislation, giving members an opportunity to state their case for or against a bill and allowing them to challenge their colleague’s position in a structured dialogue governed by specific rules
discussion
debate -
discuss the pros and cons of an issue
debate -
argument: a discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal; "the argument over foreign aid goes on and on"
debate -
the formal presentation of and opposition to a stated proposition (usually followed by a vote)
debate -
argue with one another; "We debated the question of abortion"; "John debated Mary"
debate -
consider: think about carefully; weigh; "They considered the possibility of a strike"; "Turn the proposal over in your mind"
debate -
To argue the merits of a bill, for and against
debate -
argue: have an argument about something
debate -
  The formal discussion and argumentation of a matter by the members of the Senate and General Assembly during a session   Precise limitations on debate in the New Jersey Legislature have been set by the rules of each house
debate -
a formal discussion in a house on a bill or other topic in which different views are put to arrive at a decision
debate -
Formal discussion on a matter before the body
debate -
The formal discussion that takes place in the Senate and House in consideration of legislation, giving members an opportunity to state their case for or against a bill and allowing them to challenge their colleague’s position in a structured dialogue governed by specific rules
debate -
To argue the merits of a legislative measure, pro and con
debate -
A discussion of the arguments for and against something A debate is usually rather formal and timed and planned
debate -
a formal discussion on a bill or other topic in which different views are put declaration of the poll an announcement of the results of voting at an election democracy 1 government by the people - a way of governing a country in which the people elect representatives to form a government on their behalf
debate -
The formal presentation of various viewpoints on matters before the Houses Dissolution: The bringing to an end, by the Governor, of a Parliament, making a new election necessary Division: A vote in a House of Parliament in which a record of the names of Members and how they voted is kept Draft Bill: An early version of a proposed Bill, before it is introduced into Parliament
debate -
Discussion or a question according to parliamentary rules
debate -
the time allotted to discuss the bill, divided equally between majority and minority parties
debate -
A deliberative discussion with presentation of arguments for and against Academic debate involves a competitive format with a preset topic, in-depth research, organizing ideas into persuasive presentations, cross examination, and defense against attack
debate -
an organized, public argument for and against a certain idea
debate -
The Debate Page provided access to all of Reinventing America's discussion tools--bulletin boards, newsgroups, and chat From the Debate Page, players could discuss and debate the issues with the game's other players To go there, click here The discussion tools are no longer active
debate -
a process of inquiry and advocacy seeking reasoned judgment on a proposition Debate allows for two or more sides advocating their positions on a given issues under some set of rules with some kind of judgment to follow from a judge or audience
debate -
A discussion of an issue or proposition
debate -
- a public gathering where politicians discuss and argue for and against various political issues Debates allow politicians to say how they feel about election issues they support or don't like, and address the candidates they are running against in the election Sometimes members of the public are allowed to ask questions for the politicians to discuss
debate -
put both sides of the case as forcefully as you can, then criticise each side from the perspective of the other
debate -
an argument between two teams (opposition and government) which follows a set of rules and a set of time limits
debate -
an oral exchange of ideas through a specified structure
debated
disputed, under discussion, not settled
debated
Simple past tense and past participle of debate
debater
One who debates or participates in a debate; one who argues

William is a great debater.

debated
{a} argued, disputed, deliberated
debater
{n} one who debates, one who wrangles
floor debate
A debate which occurs when a bill or resolution is on the floor of the House or Senate and the parties present arguments why their colleagues should vote in favor of their side
TV debate
discussion or debate which is televised
acrimonious debate
bitter dispute
debated
past of debate
debater
{i} polemicist; one participating in a debate
debater
someone who engages in debate
debater
A debater is someone who takes part in debates. They are skilled debaters. someone who speaks in a formal debate
debater
One who debates; one given to argument; a disputant; a controvertist
debates
plural of debate
debating
The act of discussing or arguing; discussion
debating
present participle of debate
debating
debation
futile debate
useless argument
public debate
{i} formal disputation (usually followed by a vote)
useless debate
argument that has no productive outcome
debate