- 1.1 (open to doubt) discutible it's arguable whether that would have made any difference es discutible que eso hubiera cambiado las cosasMore example sentences1.2 (reasonable, possible) it is arguable that … podría decirse que … (in argument) podría argüirse or argumentarse que …
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- Obviously some of these are arguable statistics, but they're none the less troubling.
- I will readily grant that this is an arguable question, but that's just the point.
- Furthermore it's a highly arguable claim both for its inclusions and omissions.
- Yet it is arguable that by exciting the imaginations of his audience old Leonardo helped broaden the future audience for the arts in general.
- This court, nevertheless, decided that it was arguable that the interpreter could recover a reasonable fee for work done.
- It is arguable that 1984 is therefore the greatest of all dystopias.
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In Spain, a ración is a serving of food eaten in a bar or cafe, generally with a drink. Friends or relatives meet in a bar or cafe, order a number of raciones, and share them.