arguendo


arguendo
In argument; by way of argument.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • arguendo — /argyuwendow/ In arguing; in the course of the argument. A statement or observation made by a judge or attorney as a matter of argument or hypothetical illustration, is said to be made arguendo, or in the abbreviated form, arg …   Black's law dictionary

  • arguendo — /argyuwendow/ In arguing; in the course of the argument. A statement or observation made by a judge or attorney as a matter of argument or hypothetical illustration, is said to be made arguendo, or in the abbreviated form, arg …   Black's law dictionary

  • arguendo — ar·gu·en·do …   English syllables

  • arguendo — /agjuˈɛndoʊ/ (say ahgyooh endoh) adverb Law in the course of argument. {Latin} …   Australian English dictionary

  • arguendo — ˌärgyəˈwen(ˌ)dō adverb Etymology: Latin, abl. of arguendum, gerund of arguere : in the course of the argument …   Useful english dictionary

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