To argue is to state reasons or facts for or against a person or thought.(verb)
An example of argue is when a lawyer defends a client’s innocence in court.
Argue is defined as to verbally disagree with someone.(verb)
An example of argue is to have a dispute with your spouse over whose turn it is to wash dishes.
See argue in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME arguen < OFr arguer < VL argutare, for L argutari, to prattle, freq. of arguere, to make clear, prove < IE base *ar(e)g-, gleaming (see argent); OFr meaning and form infl. by arguere
See argue in American Heritage Dictionary 4
verb ar·gued, ar·gu·ing, ar·gues verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English arguen
Origin: , from Old French arguer
Origin: , from Latin argūtāre, to babble, chatter
Origin: , frequentative of arguere, to make clear; see arg- in Indo-European roots.
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