English version

debatable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdebatablede‧bat‧a‧ble /dɪˈbeɪtəbəl/ AWL adjective 🔊 🔊 UNCERTAINthings that are debatable are not certain because people have different opinions about them syn arguable 🔊 a debatable pointit is debatable whether/how etc 🔊 It’s debatable whether this book is as good as her last. 🔊 Whether the object was used for rituals is highly debatable.
Examples from the Corpus
debatableHow much of this is based on migration of workers from other states is debatable.The claim that aid is the answer to Third World poverty is then highly debatable.It is an inherently debatable and changeable idea.Which of these are deliberate displays is sometimes debatable, but horses certainly act on them.How such a venture was ever worthwhile is debatable for it had the disadvantage of the steep climb from the pavement.Whether or not the government was right to arrest the protesters is an extremely debatable point.How far is it reasonable to extrapolate these results to the non-poor is a highly debatable point.It is debatable whether nuclear weapons actually prevent war.It is debatable whether these alternative medical treatments actually work.debatable pointHow far is it reasonable to extrapolate these results to the non-poor is a highly debatable point.Which is the oldest of these is a debatable point, obviously Court Farm must be reckoned if my theory is correct.
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