Discuss

  • 21 discuss — Synonyms and related words: advise with, agitate, air, analyze, argue, bargain, call in, canvass, collogue, comment upon, compare notes, confer, confer with, consider, consult, consult with, controvert, counsel, criticize, deal with, debate,… …

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  • 22 discuss — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. talk over, debate, canvass, argue; analyze, explain. See reasoning, conversation. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. argue, debate, dispute, talk about, talk of, explain, contest, confer, consult, talk with,… …

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  • 23 discuss — verb talk about (something) so as to reach a decision. ↘talk or write about (a topic), examining different issues or ideas. Derivatives discussable adjective discussant noun discusser noun Origin ME (in the sense dispel, disperse , also examine… …

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  • 24 discuss —    Ōlelo kūkā, kūkā, kūkākūkā, kālaimana o, ho okama ilio, kau.    ♦ To discuss and wonder about, nūnē …

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  • 25 discuss — v.tr. 1 hold a conversation about (discussed their holidays). 2 examine by argument, esp. written; debate. Derivatives: discussable adj. discussant n. discusser n. discussible adj. Etymology: ME f. L discutere discuss disperse (as DIS , quatere… …

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  • 26 discuss — verb /dɪsˈkʌs/ To converse or debate concerning a particular topic. For she was giuen all to fleshly lust, / And poured forth in sensuall delight, / That all regard of shame she had discust, / And meet respect of honour put to flight [...]. Syn:… …

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  • 27 discuss — dis·cuss || dɪ skÊŒs v. talk about, debate, converse …

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  • 28 discuss v — I don t like curse words, Tom discussed …

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  • 29 discuss — rædan …

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  • 30 discuss — v. a. Debate, sift, canvass, ventilate, agitate, argue, reason about, consider, deliberate (upon) …

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  • 31 discuss — verb 1) I discussed the matter with my wife Syn: talk over, talk about, talk through, converse about, debate, confer about, deliberate about, chew over, consider, consider the pros and cons of, thrash out; informal kick around, hash out, bat… …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 32 discuss — v 1. talk over, debate, moot, bandy words, Inf. kick around, Sl. hash over; argue the pros and cons, argue for and against, argue, dispute, contend, contest, question; disagree, dissent, differ, controvert, oppose; spar, cross swords, lock horns …

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  • 33 discuss — dis·cuss …

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  • 34 discuss — verb 1) I discussed the matter with my wife Syn: talk over, talk about, talk through, debate, confer about 2) chapter three discusses this topic Syn: examine, explore, study, analyse, go into …

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  • 35 discuss — dis•cuss [[t]dɪˈskʌs[/t]] v. t. 1) to consider or examine by argument, comment, etc.; talk over or write about 2) Obs. to make known • Etymology: 1300–50; (< AF discusser) < L discussus, ptp. of discutere to shatter, scatter dis•cuss′er, n …

    From formal English to slang

  • 36 discuss — /dəsˈkʌs / (say duhs kus) verb (t) 1. to examine by argument; sift the considerations for and against; debate; talk over. 2. Rare to try the quality of (food or drink) by consuming. {Middle English discusse(n), from Latin discussus, past… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 37 discuss in the abstract — index generalize Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 38 discuss private affairs — index confide (divulge) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 39 discuss with — phr verb Discuss with is used with these nouns as the object: ↑representative …

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  • 40 discuss Uganda — vb British to have sex. A euphemism coined in the 1970s by the British satirical magazine Private Eye. It has become one of the magazine s long running jokes and is said to stem from a party at which a female journalist was alleged to have… …

    Contemporary slang