debate

All Noun Verb
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  • It is perhaps a debate that will never be set to rest.
  • The origin of this water film has been a long-standing debate.
  • Whether this sort of system is present on Earth is still open to debate.
  • The point at which these two ends meet is open to debate.
  • It is a matter of debate as whether he intended to do this or not.
  • Much debate has been focused on where and what the subject is.
  • Their relative importance has been the subject of much research and debate.
  • These include most sports as well as others such as debating and art.
  • Both measures were done without public debate or any specific authority from Congress.
  • There is still some debate about who created the game.
  • The scene itself was a late addition, and who thought of the idea is a matter of debate.
  • He became known for his public speaking ability and was part of the school's debate team.
  • He also became the first elected student body president and a member of the debating society.
  • At one point, he even debated his wife on the subject on a radio show.
  • Why they went to land in the first place is still debated.
  • How the discovery came about is a matter of much debate.
  • Debates about the nature and origin of language goes back to the ancient world.
  • The series has also been the subject of numerous media reports, debates and research studies.
  • This debate over whether human rights are more fundamental than economic rights has continued to the present day.
  • There was on-going debate about the amount of democracy under the new system.
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Meaning of debate

  • noun The formal presentation of a stated proposition and the opposition to it (usually followed by a vote)
  • verb Argue with one another
    We debated the question of abortion, John debated Mary
  • verb Discuss the pros and cons of an issue