English version

the rights and wrongs of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe rights and wrongs of somethingthe rights and wrongs of somethingREASONthe subject of what or who is right or wrong in a situation I don’t want to spend ages discussing the rights and wrongs of all this. right
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the rights and wrongs of somethingShe would worry about the rights and wrongs of the situation in the morning.She would not even bother to argue the rights and wrongs of what had occurred since it would be futile.Leaving aside the rights and wrongs of that dispute, we all know the importance of representatives.We can generalise from the rights and wrongs of his account of seeing to the use of the other senses as well.I do not wish to enter into the rights and wrongs of meat consumption versus vegetarianism or alcohol consumption versus abstention.Not the rights and wrongs of conscientious objection.My sisters and I got a long lecture on the rights and wrongs of wearing makeup.
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