Vocabularies

evident

clear; easily seen Synonym obvious see also self-evident The orchestra played with evident enjo

imply

1. to suggest that something is true or that you feel or think something, without saying so direc

justify

1. to show that somebody/something is right or reasonable justify (somebody/something) doing so

debate

1. [ transitive , intransitive ] to discuss something, especially formally, before making a decis

advocate

1. a person who supports or speaks in favour of somebody or of a public plan or action see also d

proof

[ uncountable , countable ] information, documents, etc. that show that something is true positiv

assert

to state clearly and firmly that something is true assert that… : She continued to assert that sh

dispute

Verb: [transitive, intransitive] dispute (something) to argue or disagree strongly with somebo

discussion

the process of discussing somebody/something; a conversation about somebody/something a topic/subje

drawback

a disadvantage or problem that makes something a less attractive idea The main drawback to

recital

a public performance of music or poetry, usually given by one person or a small group to give a pia

amateur

a person who takes part in a sport or other activity for enjoyment, not as a job The tournament is
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