Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Argue"

The meaning of "Argue" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does argue mean?
A: I mean, it could be. Say for instance a friend and I were talking about...oh, what's something contraversial but relatively harmless?... let's say, taxes. The conversation could go something like this:

Friend: I just got a letter from the IRS saying I owe them another 200 bucks.
Me: Wtf, the government just loves bleeding us dry, don't they?
Friend: I mean, I'd argue that taxes are a necessary evil but this is just insane.

In this case, the conversation is casual, but the topic is something everyone has an opinion on, and is the subject of many a debate. Therefore, one can use "argue" in place of "think/believe." It's a stronger, more active verb that better fits the situation.
Q: What does One could argue that this doesn't say much.

mean?
A: It means there is not a lot of information or that what ever is talked about doesn’t mean anything
Q: What does "We just argued about that earlier." mean?
A: It depends. It could be minutes or hours of the same day.
If it was a day ago I would say “we had that argument yesterday”.
Q: What does arguing mean?
A:
Argumentando
Arguing is when you are disagreeing with someone in an angry way
Q: What does to argue mean?
A: Discutir

Example sentences using "Argue"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "argue".
A: We argue all the time.
It's normal for couples to argue.
Q: Please show me example sentences with arguing.
A: I am arguing with my sister now.
Q: Please show me example sentences with argue.
A: I argue with my friend because she disagrees with me. (Yo discuto con mi amiga porque ella no está de acuerdo conmigo)
Q: Please show me example sentences with argue.
A: they hadn't the same opinion so they argued together

Synonyms of "Argue" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between argue over and argue about ?
A: They are exactly the same!
Q: What is the difference between argue and discuss ?
A: argue is when your fighting about a topic. "im arguing with my teacher about a test grade " discuss is when your calmly having a conversation and listening to eachother speak. "my friend and i discuss our problems about life"
Q: What is the difference between "They argue that......" and "They insist that......" ?
A: insist = state firmly and emphatically; to demand or persist in demanding
argue = give the reasons or cite evidence for

They insist strongly that the East Sea should be called “the Sea of Japan” but they don’t give any reasons as to why.
They argue that the East Sea should be called “the Sea of Japan” but I don’t find their arguments persuasive.

They argue that we should go to Hawaii on vacation but don’t insist on it.
They insist that we should go to Hawaii on vacation but, if we ask them to make some sort of argument they can’t.

argue” also means “fight” so there is a tendency to say “make an argument” for offering reasons or evidence.
Q: What is the difference between argue and debate ?
A: You need evidence to back up your debate, while you don't really need it when you argue.
Q: What is the difference between argue and debate ?
A: "Argue" is like when you are having a fight with someone and a "debate" is more of a talk with more people sharing their opinion about some political problem

Translations of "Argue"

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Q: argue does this sound natural?
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Q: I argued her. That's why I'm depressed.
彼女と喧嘩してイライラする does this sound natural?
A: I argued with her.

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