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Vocabulary for Critical Reasoning: Argument/Argue

The word argument means

Correct, well done!

An argument is indeed a conversation between people who disagree, but it also has another meaning which is more common in GMAT, which is a claim. The correct answer is 3: both the meaning you chose and the second meaning – a claim.

An argument is indeed a claim, and in the GMAT it is its most common meaning. However, argument also means a conversation between people who disagree. Thus, the correct answer is 3: both the meaning you chose and the second meaning - a conversation between people who disagree.

The correct answer is that the word argument means both a claim and a conversation between people who disagree.

A conversation between people who disagree
A claim
Both answers are correct.

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