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1. Open to argument: an arguable question, still unresolved.
2. Capable of being argued plausibly; defensible in argument: three arguable points of law.
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(sentence modifier) it can be argued that
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ar•gu•a•bly(ˈɑr gyu ə bli)
1. as can be argued.
2. as can be supported or shown by persuasive argument: That is arguably the best book on the subject.
usage: The adverb arguably means that the assertion is open to debate or argument, but it usually implies that the assertion can be supported, proven, or shown by persuasive argument.
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|Adv.||1.||arguably - as can be shown by argument; "she is arguably the best"|
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adverb possibly, potentially, conceivably, plausibly, feasibly, questionably, debatably, deniably, disputably, contestably, controvertibly, dubitably, refutably They are arguably the most successful band of the decade.
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arguably[ˈɑːgjʊəblɪ] ADV he is arguably the best player in the world → se podría mantener que es el mejor jugador del mundo
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arguably[ˈɑːgjʊəblɪ] adv it is arguably ... → si può sostenere che sia...
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