English to Welsh Meaning :: controvert

Controvert :
controvert
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Verb(1) be resistant to(2) prove to be false or incorrect

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(1) Is that not the key proposition which the parties seek to controvert ?(2) They are wide open to spiritual suggestions that controvert and challenge the beliefs of their families.(3) If it is a factual question, although it can be received here, Mr Jackson would be entitled to attempt to controvert it if he could.(4) The defendants are all in a position to controvert the contents of the statements if they dispute them.(5) I shall have to controvert one or two ideas that are almost universally accepted.(6) Michael Williams is not the first author to controvert its teachings.(7) For soon, empirical evidence about actual marriages will exist to potentially controvert the predictions.(8) If the employer is to controvert that, there should be documentation of the problems.(9) We have already seen some of the first struggle, between a text originating in the oral tradition and a later textually-based anthropological and historical tradition that controverts its authority.(10) Otherwise, it can grow unbounded and produce results that are less meaningful and more controvertible .(11) I have laid down four propositions which I think cannot be controverted .(12) There is nothing here that controverts a finding which is the barest minimum finding to sustain the charge.(13) And of course, ÔÇÿcensus-takingÔÇÖ is not just controvertible , it's also litigable.(14) In such cases, the earlier acquittal would not be controverted by a guilty verdict on the second.(15) The creeds make no claims on us, for as soon as they become controverted , the judges stated, they cease to have authority.(16) The gap between the promulgation of abstract standards and the controvertible application of those standards to particular cases is a persistent theme in constitutional adjudication.
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(1) controvert ::
controvert
Synonyms
Verb
1. oppose ::
gwrthwynebu
2. contradict ::
gwrth-ddweud
Different Forms
controvert, controverted, controvertible, controverting, controverts
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