Definición de controvert en inglés:

controvert

Silabificación: con·tro·vert
Pronunciación: /ˈkäntrəˌvərt, ˌkäntrəˈvərt
 
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verbo

[with object]
1Deny the truth of (something): subsequent work from the same laboratory controverted these results
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We have already seen some of the first struggle, between a text originating in the oral tradition and a later textually-based anthropological and historical tradition that controverts its authority.
  • There is nothing here that controverts a finding which is the barest minimum finding to sustain the charge.
  • The facts of his incarceration are not controverted.
1.1Argue about (something): the views in the article have been controverted
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • None of the propositions that I have placed before the Court thus far, with perhaps the exception of the relevance of the precontract correspondence, can be controverted.
  • If the employer is to controvert that, there should be documentation of the problems.
  • Is that not the key proposition which the parties seek to controvert?

Origen

mid 16th century: from Latin controversus (see controversy), on the pattern of pairs such as adversus (see adverse), advertere (see advert2).

Derivativos

controvertible

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It allows you to measure a problem, gives you facts that are less controvertible.
  • The gap between the promulgation of abstract standards and the controvertible application of those standards to particular cases is a persistent theme in constitutional adjudication.
  • And of course, ‘census-taking’ is not just controvertible, it's also litigable.

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