Traducción de controvert en español:

controvert

controvertir, v.

Pronunciación /ˈkɑntrəˌvərt/ /ˌkɑntrəˈvərt/ /ˈkɒntrəvəːt/ /ˌkɒntrəˈvəːt/

Ver definición en español de controvertir

verbo transitivo

formal
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    controvertir formal
    contradecir
    • 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?
    • 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.
    • It is there and it is not controverted in relevant respect.
    • For soon, empirical evidence about actual marriages will exist to potentially controvert the predictions.
    • If it is a factual question, although it can be received here, Mr Jackson would be entitled to attempt to controvert it if he could.
    • Michael Williams is not the first author to controvert its teachings.
    • The defendants are all in a position to controvert the contents of the statements if they dispute them.
    • If the evidence used to reach a conclusion is later controverted, can the conclusion itself still be correct?
    • I have laid down four propositions which I think cannot be controverted.
    • In such cases, the earlier acquittal would not be controverted by a guilty verdict on the second.
    • I shall have to controvert one or two ideas that are almost universally accepted.
    • They are wide open to spiritual suggestions that controvert and challenge the beliefs of their families.
    • The creeds make no claims on us, for as soon as they become controverted, the judges stated, they cease to have authority.