Translation of debatable in Spanish:

debatable

discutible, adj.

Pronunciation: /dəˈbeɪdəb(ə)l//dɪˈbeɪtəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    discutible
    that's a debatable point eso es (una cuestión) discutible
    • Whether you call it near is a somewhat debatable point.
    • While they certainly helped raise funds, whether it was entertainment or not might be debatable.
    • Whether that's a good or bad trait is debatable, but I've tried to stay true to my own vision.
    • Whether such an increase in credit card use is a good thing is, of course, somewhat debatable.
    • Whether the current centre is well placed or good value for money are still debatable points.
    • It's still debatable whether the correct modern spelling is Lea or Lee, although the historic spelling is in fact Ley.
    • Well, I think that may be a debatable proposition.
    • It is debatable whether it is even possible to do much more.
    • Industry revenue from music sales is certainly down, but whether the internet is entirely to blame is debatable.
    • And this is a much more debatable proposition.
    • "I think both incidents were highly debatable, " he said.
    • In reading the commentary it seems that it could be debatable whether the levies issued during that period were legal.
    • The spiritual argument against the death penalty is equally as debatable as the one for it.
    • As such, Kant's argument here is a compelling and, obviously, debatable one.
    • Whether Scotland is keeping pace with these rapid changes is debatable.
    • It's debatable whether any animal is actually self aware enough to know the difference between life and death.
    • Whether or not such a market can ever come into being sponsored by government is a debatable question.
    • Whether millions of record-buyers will share her selective amnesia is debatable.
    • Whether subsequent antibiotic treatment will benefit these patients is debatable.
    • Whether these foods are actually aphrodisiacs is debatable.