Translation of cogency in Spanish:


contundencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkoʊdʒənsi//ˈkəʊdʒ(ə)nsi/



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    contundencia feminine
    • Their basic message that peace and security depend on just economic and political practices continues to have cogency and power.
    • The submissions made to us do not reach the minimum cogency required to persuade me that we should direct a re-hearing of the issue.
    • If this post lacks my usual cogency and clarity, let me know.
    • It was replete with mathematical formulas and stated his case with a rare cogency and persuasiveness.
    • The validity of a viewpoint seemed to hinge on the author's pedigree rather than on the cogency of his argument.