- vt.坚决主张; 提出理由证明; 说服，劝告; 表明，证明;
- vi.争论，辩论; 提出理由;
- 第三人称单数: argues;
- 过去式: argued;
- 过去分词: argued;
- 现在分词: arguing;
I'm not disposed to argue.
Few would argue that this team has experience and proven ability.
They argue that the commission should risk courting unpopularity and push on with its legislative programmes.
Animal rights advocates argue that zoos are really animal prisons and very often cruel.
I don't think many people would argue with that.
Cynics argue that the EU is stronger on rhetoric than on concrete action.
We produced the best soccer of the tournament. Nobody would argue with that.
They egged each other on to argue and to fight.
Supporters of the death penalty argue that it would deter criminals from carrying guns.
They yell, shout and argue. For six hours a night they go at it, hammer and tongs.
Nobody felt inclined to argue with Smith.
She will flounce and argue when asked to leave the room.
The crowd continued to argue heatedly about the best way to tackle the problem.
The French are on solid ground when they argue that competitiveness is no reason for devaluation.
Don't agree, but don't argue either.
Opponents of the treaty argue that monetary union will turn France into a vassal of Germany.
It is not always reliable to argue by analogy.
It was mere waste of breath to argue with a person in so unreasonable a state of mind.
Her son was an energetic, assertive boy, always ready to argue.
To argue with him is like beating the air.
Do you think we can argue the question out this afternoon?
你认为今天下午我们能够把这个问题辩论清楚 吗 ?
At first he was opposed to the scheme, but we managed to argue him round.
At first, he was against our arrangement, but I managed to argue him round.
起初, 他反对我们的安排, 但我设法使他改变了看法.
I tried to argue him into joining us.
I won't argue about the matter.
They sometimes argue off for hours.
They argue heatedly, but neither could convince the other.
It is quite illegitimate to argue that the government had no choice.
I won't dispute [ argue ] with you now.
If you drink with a bosom friend , a thousand cups are too few . If you argue with a man, half a sentence is too much.
They need to immunise teams against group-think: Hackman argued that the best ones contain deviants ( ' , 离经叛道者) who are willing to do something that may be upsetting to others.
The late Richard Hackman of Harvard University once argued, I have no question that when you have a team, the possibility exists that it will generate magic, producing something extraordinary… But don't count on it.
Deloitte argues that a new organisational form is on the rise: a network of teams is replacing the conventional hierarchy ( ' , 等级体制).
Advocates of selfdriving cars argue they will be safer than in cars driven by humans because they wouldn’t get distracted or drive when tired.
The concept has multiple forms, and scholars and policymakers argue about the shape, scope and cost of the ideal program.
Russell argues that as robots take on more complicated tasks, it's necessary to translate our morals into AI language.
This might be a small change to the way we view work and the office, but the researchers argue that it challenges a widespread characteristic of the economy: work organized by clock time.
The researchers argue that task-based organizing tends to be undervalued and under-supported in the business culture.
So I've watched a lot of children—talking, playing, arguing, eating, studying, and being young.
She trimmed back my flowery language, drew lines through my exclamation marks and argued for the value of restraint in expression.
Encourage people to disagree and argue.
As a leader, it can be challenging to create an environment in which people will freely disagree and argue, but as the saying goes: From confrontation comes brilliance.
Americans have always argued about the death penalty.
If you believe that you have found true romance, and your culture tells you that this is what a long-term relationship should be based on, there is less need to rely on social or family pressures to keep couples together, O'Sullivan argues.
What's less clear is whether divorce and separation rates rise in a recession - financial pressures mean couples argue more but make splitting up less affordable.
For many families the recession means more than not booking a holiday A You Gov poll of 2, 000 people found 22% said they were arguing more with their partners because of concerns about money.
avoid arguing about money matters to remain romantic
The research argued that boys often perform badly in mixed schools because they become discouraged when their female peers do better earlier in speaking and reading skills.
She always argued about prices in shops.
Why bother saving when I might not be here tomorrow, they argue.
Many have argued that the women designers of this time were able to project their own clothing values into a new style.
It is also the reason why development agencies are not united in their view of environmental issues; while some, like the WRI, maintain that environmental progress needs to go hand-inhand with economic development, others argue that the priority is to build a thriving economy, and then use the wealth created to tackle environmental degradation.
But Pay Drechsel, an environmental scientist, argues that the social and economic benefits of using untreated human waste to grow food outweigh the health risks.
While we argue phasing out racial terminology ( ' , 术语 ) in the biological sciences, we also acknowledge that using race as a political or social category to study racism, although filled with lots of challenges, remains necessary given our need to understand how structural inequities and discrimination produce health disparities ( ' , 差异 ) between groups, Yudell said.
So, it is argued, stripping cartons of their branding will trigger no mass movement to quit.
Sternberg would argue it’s not love if you don’t call it love and if you don’t have some desire to maintain the relationship.
He argued that you don’t have love if you don’t have all three of these elements.
And he has a theory of love that argues that it’s made up of three components: intimacy,passion and commitment, or what is sometimes called decision commitment.
And Sternberg argues that this is a required component of a love relationship.
They argue that governments should persuade us into making better decisions - such as saving more in our pension plans - by changing the default options.
Laura Hamilton, the author of a study on parents who pay for college, will argue in a forthcoming book that college administrations arc overly concerned with the social and athletic activities of their students.
Inequality is dangerous, he argued, not merely because it doesn't look good to have a large gap between the rich and the poor, but because inequality itself destroys upward mobility, making it harder for the poor to escape from poverty.
A number of prominent economists have also argued that it's harder for the poor to climb the economic ladder today because the rungs（横档） in that ladder have grown farther apart.
They argue that when a company like Monsanto goes to great expense to create a valuable new genetically modified seed, it must be able to protect its property interests.
But Bowman's supporters argue that Monsanto is trying to expand the scope of patents in ways that would enrich big corporations and hurt small farmers
Monsanto argues that its patents extend to later generations.
Monsanto, which is being argued on Tuesday.
The ruling would be in Bowman's favor if the case were argued in a Hollywood movie
Milkman, the sociologist, argues that American craftsmanship isn't disappearing as quickly as some would argue - that it has instead shifted to immigrants.
The author argues that the rising carbon levels in rain forests may turn them into a major source of greenhouse gases
Jeff Burnstein, president of the Robotics Industry Association, argues that robots actually save US jobs.
In a recent essay in the New York Review of Books, Robert Darn ton, the head of Harvard University's library, argued that because such books are a common resource – the possession of us all – only public, not-for-profit bodies should be given the power to control them.
Some argue that people are anxious and feel threatened by an inflow of new workers.
Still others emphasize the role of race, arguing that foreigners add to the nation's fears and insecurities.
Richard Jackson and Neil Howe of America's CSIS, in a thoughtful book called The Graying of the Great Powers, argue that, among other things, the ageing of the developed countries will have a number of serious security implications.
In a report entitled "Averting the Old Age Crisis", it argued that pension arrangements in most countries were unsustainable.
In its 1994 report, the World Bank argued that the current pension system in most countries could not be sustained in the long term
In her book No Exit: What Parents Owe Their Children and What Society Owes Parents, she argues that parents are burdened in many ways in their lives: there is "no exit" when it comes to children.
But he argued that this did not prove parental involvement was the root cause of that success.
2015年高考英语陕西卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
However, Mexicans may use silence when instructions are given by a person in authority rather than be rude to that person by arguing with him or her.
2016年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Owain James, the president of the National Union of Students NUS, argued that the increase is evidence of student hardship – young people are being forced into earning money before finishing their education.
2015年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Some argue that humans and machines can coexist as long as they work in teams—yet that is not possible unless machines share the goals of humans.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Some researchers argue that we can seal the machines inside a kind of firewall, using them to answer difficult questions.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
The governments argue that this will help foreigners better join the society and promote understanding across cultures.
2017年高考英语浙江卷（6月） 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
The philosopher David Hume argued that because the general principles of taste are uniform in human nature, the value of some works of art might be essentially permanent.
2015年高考英语重庆卷 阅读理解 阅读E 原文
When the polluting industries argue that we've lost the battle to control carbon pollution and have no choice but to adapt, it's a nonsense designed to make the case for business as usual.
2017年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Spencer argued that all worldly phenomena, including human societies,changed over time, advancing toward perfection.
He argued that human evolution was characterized by a struggle he called the “survival of the fittest,” in which weaker races and societies must eventually be replaced by stronger, more advanced races and societies.
Critics also argue that commercial genetic testing is only as good as the reference collections to which a sample is compared.
Today they argue that market prices overstate losses, because they largely reflect the temporary illiquidity of markets, not the likely extent of bad debts.
In his book The Tipping Point,Malcolm Aladuell argues that social epidemics are driven in large part by the acting of a tiny minority of special individuals,often called influentials,who are unusually informed,persuasive,or well-connected.
But the key idea behind professionalisation, argues Mr.
Rosenberg argues convincingly that public-health advocates ought to take a page from advertisers, so skilled at applying peer pressure.
“Mass-produced clothing ,like fast food, fills a hunger and need, yet is non-durable and wasteful,” Cline argues.
The White House argued that Arizona's laws conflicted with its enforcement priorities, even if state laws complied with federal statutes to the letter.
By offering on-trend items at dirt-cheap prices, Cline argues, these brands have hijacked fashion cycles, shaking an industry long accustomed to a seasonal pace.
Two years ago, Rupert Murdoch’s daughter ,Elisabeth ,spoke of the “unsettling dearth of integrity across so many of our institutions” Integrity had collapsed, she argued, because of a collective acceptance that the only “sorting mechanism ”in society should be profit and the market.
It is hard, the state argues, for judges to assess the implications of new and rapidly changing technologies.
It argues that since prosecutors do not consume a company’s products as part of their investigations, they could be influenced only by the halo effect.
Many argue that it is a flawed concept.
The first step, as Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee argue in The Second MachineAge, should be rethinking education and job training.
1. present reasons and arguments
2. have an argument about something
3. give evidence of;
"The evidence argues for your claim"
"The results indicate the need for more work"
argue the toss
(informal, chiefly Brit.)dispute a decision or choice already made
(非正式， 主 英)对已成定局的事加以争论收起词组搭配
argue, quarrel, debate, dispute, discuss, reason