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argue (v) [議論する;主張する;論争する;言い争う,口論する]

* argument (n):(事実・論理をもとにして行う)議論;論争;口論;主張;論拠;論点
Very difficult problems are concerned with the inroads of war against liberty. The most obvious of these is conscription. Military men, when there is war, argue that it cannot be won unless all men on our side are compelled to fight.

I argued that power, rather than wealth, should be the basic concepts in social theory, and that social justice should consist in equalization of power to the greatest practicable degree.

If you think that your belief is based upon reason, you will support it by argument, rather than by persecution, and will abandon it if the argument goes against you. But if your belief is based on faith, you will realize that argument is useless, and will therefore resort to force either in the form of persecution or by stunting and distorting the minds of the young in what is called 'education.'

The couple argued about what school to send their daughter to.

The simple yet persuasive argument that coffee promoted work efficiency was generally accepted then.
 出典:『新版 完全征服データベース5500 合格 英単語・熟語』 p.76]

Do what you are told and don't argue (with me). / The committee listened to all the arguments for and against the proposal.
[ 出典:Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.]