Being from different countries, my husband and I sometimes argue about cultural difference.
They argue that the distribution of wealth should be equitable.
I never argue.
Deep-seated preferences cannot be argued about — you cannot argue a man into liking a glass of beer...
Ken always takes his mother's side when his parents argue.
Critics may argue that all the foregoing characterizations are very abstract.
Just how tiresome was it to argue straight against the phrase "Don't blindly follow America's lead!"
Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience, above all liberties.
Old-timers might argue the Internet was freest during the Usenet days.
Don't get upset about small things. Try to think of things like a rich person who can afford not to argue.
People who bring personal details into arguments don't know how to argue.
The workers argued against the plans to close the factory.
Why’s he angry with you? Oh, you know, we argued about money – he was going to do that job for me...
The twins often argue over toys and want to play with the same toy at the same time.
When people argue, they disagree with each other, sometimes loudly. You don’t always have to yell when you argue, though, sometimes you’re just trying to prove a point.
Angielskie słowo "argumentować" (argue) występuje w zestawach:Business Vocabulary in Use AdvancedJęzyk angielski 1WORD FORMATION
2. quarrel out
Angielskie słowo "argumentować" (quarrel out) występuje w zestawach:Phrasal verbs M RPhrasal verbs 8