Hindi translation of 'argue'
argue /ˈɑːɡjuː ˈआग्यू/
Word forms: argues, arguing, argued
1. intransitive verb
If you argue with someone, you disagree with them about something, often angrily.
They spent most of the time arguing with each other.
They argued about the cost of a taxi.
analysts/critics/officials/opponents argue something
2. transitive or intransitive verb
If you argue that something is true, you give the reasons why you think it is true. If you argue for or against an idea or policy, you state the reasons why you support or oppose it.
तर्क देना/तर्क-वितर्क करना
His lawyers are arguing that he is not well enough to stand trial.
The report argues against tax increases.
argue for/against something
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Example Sentences Including 'argue'
The word I have is that our friend is likely to walk out on us... Don't argue , just listen.Field of Blood
Pendlebury, having reached his own difficult and dangerous decision after many hours of mental anguish, was not inclined to argue.The Scar
Reluctantly, the woman backed away from the door and motioned them in, too weak to resist, too tired to argue.Cormorant
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'argue' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُجادِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: discutir
- Chinese: 争论
- Croatian: raspravljati
- Czech: hádat se pohádat se
- Danish: diskutere
- Dutch: ruziën
- European Spanish: discutir debatir
- Finnish: kiistellä
- French: se disputer
- German: argumentieren
- Greek: επιχειρηματολογώ
- Italian: discutere
- Japanese: 立証する
- Korean: 논쟁하다
- Norwegian: diskutere
- Polish: uzasadnić uzasadniać
- Portuguese: discutir
- Romanian: a se certa
- Russian: спорить
- Spanish: discutir argumentar
- Swedish: bråka
- Thai: โต้เถียง
- Turkish: tartışmak
- Ukrainian: сперечатися посперечатися
- Vietnamese: tranh luận
Translation of argue from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary