|väittely englanniksi||debate fi, discussion fi, argument fi, contention fi|
: ux|en|After a four-hour debate, the committee voted to table the motion.
: ux|en|The debate over the age of the universe is thousands of years old.
: ux|en|There was a bit of a debate over who should pay for the damaged fence.
: ux|en|There has been considerable debate concerning exactly how to format these articles.
*: a wise council ... that did debate this business
*: Debate thy cause with thy neighbour himself.
*: He presents that great soul debating upon the subject of life and death with his intimate friends.
*: Well knew they both his person, sith of late / With him in bloudie armes they rashly did debate.
*: Volunteers ... thronged to serve under his banner, and the cause of religion was debated with the same ardour in Spain as on the plains of Palestine.
: There was then a long discussion of whether to capitalize words like "east".
: This topic is not open to discussion.
: Under each heading, you will find a discussion section.
*: There is ... no more palpable and convincing argument of the existence of a Deity.
*: The argument is not about things, but names.
*: In ‘The Critic of Arguments’ (1892), Peirce adopts a notion that is even closer to that of a propositional function. There he develops the concept of the ‘rhema’. He says the rhema is like a relative term, but it is not a term. It contains a copula, that is, when joined to the correct number of [[argument]]s it produces an assertion. For example, ‘__ is bought by __ from __ for __’ is a four-place rhema. Applying it to four objects a, b, c, and d produces the assertion that a is bought by b from c for d (ibid. 420).
: Parameters are like labeled fillable blanks used to define a function whereas arguments are passed to a function when calling it, filling in those blanks.
*: In numerous works over the past two decades, beginning with the pioneering work of Gruber (1965), Fillmore (1968a), and Jackendoff (1972), it has been argued that each Argument (i.e. Subject or Complement) of a Predicate bears a particular thematic role (alias theta-role, or θ-role to its Predicate), and that the set of thematic functions which Arguments can fulfil are drawn from a highly restricted, finite, universal set.
: The altitude is the argument of the refraction.
*: You and love are still my argument.
*: the abstract or argument of the piece
*: [shields] with boastful argument portrayed
*: Sheathed their swords for lack of argument.
: It is my contention that state lotteries are taxes on stupid people.