discutir


discutir
v.
1 to argue.
ha discutido con su hermano she's had an argument with her brother
discuten por cualquier tontería they argue about the least little thing
María arguye cada vez que sale Mary argues every time she's out.
2 to discuss.
discutir de o sobre algo to discuss something, to talk about something
eso es mejor que lo discutas con tu padre you'd be better discussing that with your father
3 to dispute.
no te discuto que tengas razón I don't dispute that you're right
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discutir
verbo transitivo
1 (examinar) to discuss
tenemos que discutir el modo de hacerlo we have to discuss how to go about it
2 (contender) to dispute, question, argue
discutieron el precio they argued over the price
verbo intransitivo
1 (examinar) to discuss (de, -)
discutieron de fútbol they talked about football
2 (contender) to argue
los niños discutieron por la bicicleta the boys argued over the bicycle
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verb
1) to argue
2) discuss
3) dispute
4) quarrel
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1. VT
1) (=debatir) [+ plan, proyecto, idea] to discuss; [+ precio] to argue about
2) (=contradecir) to question, challenge

discutir a algn lo que está diciendo — to question o challenge what sb is saying

2. VI
1) (=dialogar) to discuss, talk
2) (=disputar) to argue (de, sobre about, over)

¡no discutas! — don't argue!

no le discutas porque él sabe más que tú del tema — don't argue with him because he knows more about the subject than you do

discutir de política — to argue about politics, talk politics

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1.
verbo transitivo
a) (debatir) <problema/asunto> to discuss; <proyecto de ley> to debate, discuss

esto habría que discutirlo con el director — this would have to be discussed with the manager

b) (cuestionar) <derecho> to challenge, dispute

todo lo que digo me lo discute — he questions o challenges everything I say

2.
discutir vi to argue, quarrel

discutieron y no se han vuelto a hablar — they had an argument o a quarrel and haven't spoken to each other since

discutió de política con su padre — he argued with his father about politics

discutir por algo — to argue about something

discutirle a alguien — to argue with somebody

no me discutas! — don't argue with me!

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= argue, debate, discuss, dispute, talk over, spar, deliberate, bicker, quarrel, squabble, bring into + discussion.
Ex. Cutter argued that when it could be established that the second term was definitely more significant then inversion of headings was acceptable.
Ex. The reader is left to debate the relative merits of such a format - obviously its applications are limited.
Ex. This review also illustrates some of the issues which cataloguers have discussed over the years, and demonstrates other solutions to standards in cataloguing than those embodied in modern cataloguing codes.
Ex. Whatever viewpoint is taken, it is difficult to dispute the significance of AACR1.
Ex. Let's try to talk this over calmly and coolly.
Ex. Feaver remarked with the easy manner of familiars who are accustomed to sparring good-naturedly with each other that he certainly seemed to have picked up a great deal of miscellaneous information from that particular talk.
Ex. Ethical principles are called into play when deliberating about values, particularly when values run into conflict.
Ex. Chapter 4 presents solutions for when children fight, bicker, compete, namecall, and hit.
Ex. But, firstly, the big German banks quarrelled among themselves over the division of the spoils.
Ex. Let's not squabble about the fact that Bush actually eked out a razor-thin victory in the popular vote.
Ex. Furthermore, this example brings into discussion the concept of a more complex relationship between the human senses and water in architecture.
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* discutir, debatir, tratar = bring into + discussion.
* discutir del asunto con = take + the matter + up with.
* discutir sobre nimiedades = split + hairs.
* discutir una cuestión = air + issue.
* discutir una idea = float + concept.
* evitar discutir una cuestión = circumvent + issue.
* sin discutir = no arguments!, undiscussed.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) (debatir) <problema/asunto> to discuss; <proyecto de ley> to debate, discuss

esto habría que discutirlo con el director — this would have to be discussed with the manager

b) (cuestionar) <derecho> to challenge, dispute

todo lo que digo me lo discute — he questions o challenges everything I say

2.
discutir vi to argue, quarrel

discutieron y no se han vuelto a hablar — they had an argument o a quarrel and haven't spoken to each other since

discutió de política con su padre — he argued with his father about politics

discutir por algo — to argue about something

discutirle a alguien — to argue with somebody

no me discutas! — don't argue with me!

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= argue, debate, discuss, dispute, talk over, spar, deliberate, bicker, quarrel, squabble, bring into + discussion.

Ex: Cutter argued that when it could be established that the second term was definitely more significant then inversion of headings was acceptable.

Ex: The reader is left to debate the relative merits of such a format - obviously its applications are limited.
Ex: This review also illustrates some of the issues which cataloguers have discussed over the years, and demonstrates other solutions to standards in cataloguing than those embodied in modern cataloguing codes.
Ex: Whatever viewpoint is taken, it is difficult to dispute the significance of AACR1.
Ex: Let's try to talk this over calmly and coolly.
Ex: Feaver remarked with the easy manner of familiars who are accustomed to sparring good-naturedly with each other that he certainly seemed to have picked up a great deal of miscellaneous information from that particular talk.
Ex: Ethical principles are called into play when deliberating about values, particularly when values run into conflict.
Ex: Chapter 4 presents solutions for when children fight, bicker, compete, namecall, and hit.
Ex: But, firstly, the big German banks quarrelled among themselves over the division of the spoils.
Ex: Let's not squabble about the fact that Bush actually eked out a razor-thin victory in the popular vote.
Ex: Furthermore, this example brings into discussion the concept of a more complex relationship between the human senses and water in architecture.
* discutir, debatir, tratar = bring into + discussion.
* discutir del asunto con = take + the matter + up with.
* discutir sobre nimiedades = split + hairs.
* discutir una cuestión = air + issue.
* discutir una idea = float + concept.
* evitar discutir una cuestión = circumvent + issue.
* sin discutir = no arguments!, undiscussed.

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discutir [I1 ]
vt
1 (debatir) ‹problema/asunto› to discuss; ‹proyecto de ley› to debate, discuss
discutieron el nuevo convenio they discussed the new agreement
esto habrá que discutirlo con el jefe de ventas this will have to be discussed with the sales manager
2 (cuestionar) ‹derecho› to challenge, dispute
que es muy generoso no te lo discuto, pero … I don't deny o dispute that he's very generous, but …
todo lo que digo me lo discute he questions o challenges o disputes everything I say
mis órdenes no se discuten, se obedecen my orders are to be obeyed without question, my orders are not to be questioned
■ discutir
vi
to argue, quarrel
se pasan el día discutiendo they spend all day arguing o quarreling
no quiero discutir contigo I don't want to argue with you
discutieron y no se han vuelto a hablar they had an argument o a quarrel and haven't spoken to each other since
¿por qué discutes de política con tu padre? why do you argue with your father about politics?
discutir POR algo to argue ABOUT sth
discuten por todo/por cualquier nimiedad they argue about everything/about the slightest little thing
discutirle A algn to argue WITH sb
¡no me/le discutas! don't argue with me/her!
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discutir (conjugate discutir) verbo transitivo
a) (debatir) ‹problema/asuntoto discuss;

proyecto de leyto debate, discuss
b) (cuestionar) ‹derecho/afirmaciónto question, challenge

verbo intransitivo
to argue, quarrel;
discutió de política con su padre he argued with his father about politics;

discutir por algo to argue about sth;
discutirle a algn to argue with sb
discutir
I verbo intransitivo
1 to argue [de/sobre, about]
2 (regañar, reñir) to argue, have an argument
II verbo transitivo
1 (debatir, considerar) to discuss, talk about
2 (rebatir, poner en cuestión) to challenge, question

'discutir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
bregar
- chocar
- comentar
- gana
- hablar
- menos
- pelear
- pelearse
- tarifar
- tratar
- alegar
- mucho
- pleitear
- reñir
- reunión
English:
argue
- argument
- bicker
- blue
- debate
- disagree
- discuss
- dispute
- fall out
- horn
- occasion
- point
- quarrel
- quibble
- talk over
- talk through
- thrash out
- use
- pointless
- spar
- talk
- thrash
- wrangle
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discutir
vi
1. [hablar] to discuss;
discutir de o [m5]sobre algo to discuss sth, to talk about sth;
se pasan el día discutiendo de o [m5]sobre fútbol they spend the whole day talking about o discussing football
2. [pelear] to argue (con/por with/about);
ya han vuelto a discutir they've had another of their arguments;
ha discutido con su hermano she's had an argument with her brother;
discuten por cualquier tontería they argue about the least little thing
vt
1. [hablar sobre] to discuss;
[debatir] to discuss, to debate;
eso mejor que lo discutas con tu padre you'd be better discussing that with your father;
el asunto será discutido en el parlamento the matter will be discussed in parliament
2. [contradecir] to dispute;
no te discuto que tengas razón I don't dispute that you're right;
es un buen tipo, sí, eso nadie te lo discute he's a nice guy, sure, no one disputes that;
no me discutas lo que te mando y obedece don't question what I tell you to do, just do it
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discutir
I v/t discuss
II v/i argue (sobre about)
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discutir vt
1) : to discuss
2) : to dispute
discutir vi
altercar: to argue, to quarrel
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discutir vb
1. (reñir) to argue / to quarrel
cuando llegué a casa, mis padres discutían when I got home, my parents were arguing
2. (debatir, hablar) to discuss
el Parlamento discute el informe sobre el racismo Parliament is discussing the report on racism
3. (cuestionar) to question
nadie discutió la decisión del árbitro no one questioned the referee's decision

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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