Traducción de disputable en español:

disputable

discutible, adj.

Pronunciación /dəˈspjudəb(ə)l/ /dɪˈspjuːtəb(ə)l/ /ˈdɪspjʊtəb(ə)l/

Ver definición en español de discutible

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    discutible
    • Any determination of disputable fact may, the law recognises, be imperfect: the law aims at providing the best and safest solutions compatible with human fallibility and having reached that solution it closes the book.
    • In fact, the absence of such oligarchic groups in Belarus is a disputable question.
    • It took nearly an hour and several dead ends to find what they assumed was the bridge, only to decide that fact was disputable.
    • Nonetheless, by rejecting these premises, the Stoics often committed themselves to highly disputable contentions.
    • Though this seems at first barely disputable, it quickly gives rise to difficult questions; in particular, since the thinker's reasons will be further beliefs, we can ask whether these beliefs are themselves justified.
    • As was said earlier today by Justice McHugh in another matter, and has often been said by this Court, such questions of statutory construction are inherently disputable.
    • ‘It's not disputable,’ says Fund of the Wall Street Journal.
    • The result of any fruitful worldview is a firm, self-confident life order that is perceived as necessary, as a reality, about which there is nothing uncertain or disputable.
    • There was more disputable officiating in yesterday's midday clash at Headingley where Leeds benefited to the tune of 41-18.
    • A Marine shoots a wounded man under disputable circumstances.
    • Whether Spurs would have deserved it is disputable.
    • I think the will of the people should have precedence over disputable interpretations of the court.
    • Most disputable in its battle against the government is its formal criticism of the identity of the Roh administration.
    • The Nazi regime provides the least disputable historical example of totalitarian excess.
    • Neither is disputable, but each represents a completely different issue, and therefore each requires a different remedy.
    • I mean, there is something so dreadfully solid about it, and, obviously, disputable.
    • Much of this is eminently disputable, yet the result is constructive stimulation rather than mere provocation.
    • For the second time in as many games, goals which should have stood were disallowed thanks to some disputable refereeing.
    • This assertion is certainly legally disputable at the very least, and Burnside should know it.