Translation of argumentative in Spanish:


discutidor, adj.

Pronunciation /ɑːɡjʊˈmɛntətɪv//ˌɑrɡjəˈmɛn(t)ədɪv/


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    • He remains on good terms with them 30 years later, and his encounters and phone conversations with Bono are the spine of the book - argumentative, philosophical and challenging.
    • Edinburgh [during the Enlightenment] is a tiny little place where there is a small group of argumentative, ferociously competitive, hard-drinking, brilliant men.
    • I certainly feel like I get a good sampling of people who disagree with me, based on how frequently I end up commenting in an argumentative fashion.
    • Indeed, the seeds of bitterness germinating in him today are also the seeds of a disorganised, argumentative political party.
    • This is not the same as being argumentative, or arguing just for the sake of arguing.
    • Towards the end of my little encounter with Sophie Ward we argue about whether or not she is argumentative.
    • But without being overly argumentative, I think some people, given what they know about your background, would want me to ask this question.
    • To be fair, I had a hard time maintaining my concentration at all (three complex and argumentative papers in less than an hour is excruciating).
    • I have found that, with my mother nursing me again, we have grown closer, even though my argumentative manner hasn't waned with my health.
    • The visitors, too, were in argumentative mood.
    • I have been to two or three of these events and have been struck that they are often really engaging and argumentative and quite surprise the adults.
    • The addressee is encouraged to be assertive but not argumentative; friendly but not trusting; vigorous and impressive but not overstretching it.
    • I was getting a bit annoyed, knowing that he would turn up on the doorstep drunk and argumentative and I could think of a million and one things I would rather do than skirmish with a drunkard.
    • Yes we argued, I'm an argumentative person but Dave can hold his own.
    • Reasoning, Toulmin argued, was an argumentative and persuasive activity, embedded in concrete human predicaments.
    • The argumentative tradition, if used with deliberation and commitment, can also be extremely important in resisting social inequalities and removing poverty and deprivation.
    • Despite a somewhat argumentative meeting with my boss on Friday, things smoothed out in the end so I'll have a good reference.
    • If he doesn't eat, his sugar is low, then he tends to get very argumentative, moody and bad-tempered.
    • I mean I'm softer but I'm argumentative at the same time.
    • But while he as intelligent, charming, and witty, the Italian was also argumentative, mocking, and vain.