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But she's more interested in inspecting her nails than discussing the details of their forthcoming nuptials. The Sun (2016)She pointedly said that she did not remember contributions from Mrs May on education when the subject was previously discussed in cabinet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What should church leaders consider when discussing the discipline of service? Christianity Today (2000)They are prohibited from discussing details of the investigation after being classified as official suspects. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This week cabinet ministers will discuss whether to raise the current target. Times, Sunday Times (2011)More intriguing still is what the pair are discussing in these talks? Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is an idea that has been discussed and considered in the past. Times, Sunday Times (2015)None of the parties are keen to discuss details. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And now they are having lengthy talks to discuss future plans. The Sun (2015)All of these areas were considered and discussed. ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)It would not be right to discuss the detail of a confidential process. Times, Sunday Times (2009)One of the key details to be discussed this week is what happens if the vote on any deal is split. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Experts cautioned that it may be some time before the victims feel strong enough to discuss the details of their captivity. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Chapter 8 discusses some of these points in further detail. Coping with Angina (1990) Chapter 4 discusses models of the actor. Choice, Rationality, and Social Theory (1988)Turkey's cabinet yesterday discussed media law reform and launched a working group. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Chapter 2 discussed the general socioeconomic profile of home owners. Home-ownership - differentiation and fragmentation (1990)The issue was judged so serious it was discussed at the cabinet 's first meeting. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In his third radio talk, he discusses his love of fossils. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The first issue commonly discussed is the so-called democratic deficit. The Global Marketplace (1993)Smart Mercury helps you consider and discuss money in the confident way that gets results. The Sun (2014)Last month a selection of top grandees from the leisure industry were invited to a meeting with the shadow cabinet to discuss their concerns. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Consider solutions Only once you have a reasonable list of solutions should you begin to consider or discuss them. Coping with Stress at Work (1988)Are you around on Monday to have lunch as it will mean lots of issues to talk about and discuss? Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'discuss'
British English: discuss /dɪˈskʌs/ VERB
If people discuss something, they talk about it, often in order to reach a decision.
I will discuss the situation with colleagues tomorrow.
- American English: discuss
- Arabic: يُناقِشُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: discutir
- Chinese: 讨论
- Croatian: raspravljati
- Czech: diskutovat
- Danish: diskutere
- Dutch: bespreken bepraten
- European Spanish: discutir
- Finnish: keskustella
- French: discuter
- German: besprechen
- Greek: συζητώ
- Italian: discutere
- Japanese: ･･･を話し合う
- Korean: 토론하다
- Norwegian: diskutere
- Polish: przedyskutować
- European Portuguese: discutir
- Romanian: a discuta
- Russian: обсуждать
- Spanish: deliberar
- Swedish: diskutera
- Thai: ปรึกษาหารือ
- Turkish: görüşmek
- Ukrainian: обговорювати
- Vietnamese: thảo luận
Definition of discuss from the Collins English Dictionary
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