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Arguably meaning in Urdu

Arguably Sentence

She is arguably the best.

Arguably Definitions

1) Arguably : قابل بحث طور پر : (adverb) as can be shown by argument.


Useful Words

Prove : ثابت کرنا , Display : نمایش کرنا , Cinema : سینما , Diagrammatic : شکلی , Acumen : سمجھ بوجھ , Telefilm : فلم جو ٹیلی ویژن پر دکھانے کے لیے بنائی گئی ہو , Dotage : سٹھیاپا , Covert : خفیہ , Cronyism : یار پروری , Nepotism : اپنوں کو نوازنے کا عمل , Clemency : رحم و کرم , Argue : بحث کرنا , Argumentative : دلیل پر مبنی , Axiomatic : مسلم , Conflict : تنازع , Arguable : قابل استدلال , Arguable : قابل بحث , Agonistic : بحث کرنے والا , Pro : کسی تجویز پر دلائل , Paralogism : ایک مخالطہ آمیز دلیل , Rebut : غلط ثابت کرنا , Haggle : مباحثہ , Contention : دلیل , Compelling : یقین کرنے کے لائق , Last Word : قول فیصل , Argle-Bargle : جھگڑا , Position : پہلو , Devil's Advocate : مفاد کے خاطر جھوٹی طرف داری , Dianoetic : قابل فکر , Thesis : دعوی , Abstract : لب لباب

Useful Words Definitions

Prove: be shown or be found to be.

Display: something shown to the public.

Cinema: a theater where films are shown.

Diagrammatic: shown or represented by diagrams.

Acumen: shrewdness shown by keen insight.

Telefilm: a movie that is made to be shown on television.

Dotage: mental infirmity as a consequence of old age; sometimes shown by foolish infatuations.

Covert: secret or hidden; not openly practiced or engaged in or shown or avowed.

Cronyism: favoritism shown to friends and associates (as by appointing them to positions without regard for their qualifications).

Nepotism: favoritism shown to relatives or close friends by those in power (as by giving them jobs).

Clemency: leniency and compassion shown toward offenders by a person or agency charged with administering justice.

Argue: have an argument about something.

Argumentative: given to or characterized by argument.

Axiomatic: evident without proof or argument.

Conflict: a disagreement or argument about something important.

Arguable: capable of being supported by argument.

Arguable: open to argument or debate.

Agonistic: striving to overcome in argument.

Pro: an argument in favor of a proposal.

Paralogism: an unintentionally invalid argument.

Rebut: overthrow by argument, evidence, or proof.

Haggle: an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining).

Contention: a point asserted as part of an argument.

Compelling: tending to persuade by forcefulness of argument.

Last Word: the final statement in a verbal argument.

Argle-Bargle: a verbal dispute; a wrangling argument.

Position: an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute.

Devil's Advocate: someone who takes the worse side just for the sake of argument.

Dianoetic: proceeding to a conclusion by reason or argument rather than intuition.

Thesis: an unproved statement put forward as a premise in an argument.

Abstract: a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory.

Arguably in Book Titles

Arguably: Essays by Christopher Hitchens.
Streets of Melted Gold: An Arguably Fictional Memoir.
Audi for 2006, 2007: Arguably the Best Cars in the World.

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