argument

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈɑːrgjʊmənt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈɑrgyəmənt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ärgyə mənt)


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argument

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [stupid, valid, strong, compelling, well thought out] argument
  2. [oral, written, reasoned, logical] argument
  3. as [outlined, detailed] by the [following, above] argument
  4. [a brutal, a heated, a nasty, an intense, a loud] argument
  5. had an argument with my [mom, friend]
  6. have the same argument [over and over, every day]
  7. had an argument about [what to eat, where to go, when to leave]
  8. heard [my parents, their neighbors] having an argument
  9. [make, put forward] a good argument
  10. were locked in an argument about [conditions]
  11. there is a good argument [for, against]
  12. an argument in [support, favor] of
  13. an argument against [the proposition, waiting, it]
  14. an argument for [why, starting, this]
  15. argument about [whether, what, when]
  16. the argument has merit
  17. that is just one argument
  18. your argument is [stupid, invalid]
  19. it was a one-sided argument
  20. his side of the argument
  21. that argument doesn't make (any) sense
  22. one argument would be [that, for]
  23. argument proved [futile, useless]
  24. the central argument of the [report, paper, article]
  25. [let's say, just] for the sake of argument
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