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n.

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  • 争论;
  • 论点;
  • 辩论;
  • 论证
1. The argument contained herein takes exactly the opposite point of view.
本文所持的论点恰恰是站在相反的立场。

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2. This argument is only too blatantly an alibi for domestic repression.
这一辩解完全是在为国内的镇压活动开脱。

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3. Let me now pull together the threads of my argument.
现在让我来将我的论点串起来。

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4. This argument is untenable from an intellectual, moral and practical standpoint.
从智识、道德和现实的角度来看,这一论点是站不住脚的。

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5. Perhaps your force of argument might have made some difference.
或许是你的雄辩使情况发生了变化。

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1. N-VAR 理由;论据;论点 An argument is a statement or set of statements that you use in order to try to convince people that your opinion about something is correct. 
  • There's a strong argument for lowering the price...

    有充分理由要求降低价格。

  • The doctors have set out their arguments against the proposals...

    医生们已经陈述了他们反对这些提案的理由。

  • It is better to convince by argument than seduce by example.

    以理说服强于举例诱导。

2. N-VAR 讨论;辩论 An argument is a discussion or debate in which a number of people put forward different or opposing opinions. 
  • The incident has triggered fresh arguments about the role of the extreme right in France...

    该事件引发了关于极右翼势力在法国所起作用的新一轮讨论。

  • The issue has caused heated political argument.

    这个问题已经引发了激烈的政治争论。

3. N-COUNT 争论;争执;争吵 An argument is a conversation in which people disagree with each other angrily or noisily. 
  • Anny described how she got into an argument with one of the marchers.

    安妮描述了她是如何与其中一位游行者发生争执的。

  • ...a heated argument.

    激烈的争吵

4. N-UNCOUNT 异议;质疑 If you accept something without argument, you do not question it or disagree with it. 
  • He complied without argument...

    他二话不说就服从了。

  • It should of course be given back. There is no argument about that.

    它当然应该还回去,这是无可争议的。

5. See also: counter-argument;  
Usage Note :

Be careful with the spelling of this word, and do not confuse argument and dispute. An argument is a disagreement between people who may or may not know each other. A dispute is a serious argument that can last for a long time. Disputes generally occur between organizations, political parties, or countries. Note that dispute can also be a verb.

请注意该词拼写,不要混淆argument和dispute。argument指认识或不认识的人之间的争论。dispute指可延续很长时间的严重纷争,通常发生于组织、政党和国家之间。注意,dispute也可作动词。

n.

1. 争论, 争吵, 辩论,争辩

  • They were having an argument about whose turn it was to do the cooking.
  • 他们为该轮到谁做饭而争吵不休。

2. 说理, 论证

  • There is not much meat in this argument.
  • 这番议论没什么内容。

3. 论据, 论点, 理由

  • The government's argument is that they must first aim to beat inflation.
  • 政府的论点是必须首先着眼于抑制通货膨胀。
Noun

1. a fact or assertion offered as evidence that something is true;

  • "it was a strong argument that his hypothesis was true"

2. a contentious speech act; a dispute where there is strong disagreement;

  • "they were involved in a violent argument"

3. a discussion in which reasons are advanced for and against some proposition or proposal;

  • "the argument over foreign aid goes on and on"

4. a summary of the subject or plot of a literary work or play or movie;

  • "the editor added the argument to the poem"

5. a variable in a logical or mathematical expression whose value determines the dependent variable; if f(x)=y, x is the independent variable

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