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cogent

  • 1 cogent

    adjective
    (convincing) überzeugend [Argument]; zwingend [Grund]; (valid) stichhaltig [Kritik, Analyse]
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    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.)
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    co·gent
    [ˈkəʊʤənt, AM ˈkoʊ-]
    adj (form) stichhaltig, überzeugend
    \cogent argument stichhaltiges [o triftiges] Argument
    \cogent evidence hieb- und stichfester Beweis
    \cogent reason Logik f
    \cogent reasoning logisches [o folgerichtiges] Denken
    \cogent speech gut durchdachte Rede
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    ['kəUdZənt]
    adj
    stichhaltig; argument, reason also zwingend; reasoning also überzeugend
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    cogent adj (adv cogently) zwingend, überzeugend, triftig (Argumente etc)
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    adjective
    (convincing) überzeugend [Argument]; zwingend [Grund]; (valid) stichhaltig [Kritik, Analyse]
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    adj.
    zwingend adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 2 cogent

    'kou‹ənt
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) contundente
    cogent
    tr['kəʊʤənt]
    adjective
    1 convincente, contundente
    cogent ['ko:ʤənt] adj
    : convincente, persuasivo
    cogent
    adj.
    convincente adj.
    lógico, -a adj.
    poderoso, -a adj.
    'kəʊdʒənt
    adjective convincente, contundente
    ['kǝʊdʒǝnt]
    ADJ convincente, contundente
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    ['kəʊdʒənt]
    adjective convincente, contundente

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 3 cogent

    co·gent [ʼkəʊʤənt, Am ʼkoʊ-] adj
    (form) stichhaltig, überzeugend;
    \cogent argument stichhaltiges [o triftiges] Argument;
    \cogent evidence hieb- und stichfester Beweis;
    \cogent reason Logik f;
    \cogent reasoning logisches [o folgerichtiges] Denken;
    \cogent speech gut durchdachte Rede

    English-German students dictionary

  • 4 cogent

    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) tungtvejende; overbevisende
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    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) tungtvejende; overbevisende

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 5 cogent

    ['kəʊdʒənt]
    aggettivo convincente
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    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) convincente
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    cogent /ˈkəʊdʒənt/
    a.
    (di una norma) cogente; (d'argomento) convincente; persuasivo: a cogent reason, una ragione convincente
    cogency
    n. [u]
    forza (d'un argomento, ecc.); forza di persuasione.
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    ['kəʊdʒənt]
    aggettivo convincente

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 6 cogent

    [ˈkəudʒənt]
    cogent неоспоримый cogent непреодолимый cogent убедительный; неоспоримый; обоснованный cogent убедительный

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 7 cogent

    [ʹkəʋdʒ(ə)nt] a
    1. убедительный, неоспоримый

    cogent reason - убедительная причина

    cogent argument - неоспоримый /убедительный/ довод

    2. непреодолимый

    cogent forces of nature - непреодолимые силы природы

    НБАРС

  • 8 cogent

    'kou‹ənt
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) overbevisende
    adj. \/ˈkəʊdʒ(ə)nt\/
    1) slagkraftig, sterk, overbevisende
    a cogent reason
    en overbevisende grunn
    2) stringent, slående, rammende

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 9 cogent

    убедительный имя прилагательное:
    убедительный (convincing, persuasive, conclusive, cogent, forceful, decisive)
    неоспоримый (undeniable, indisputable, undisputed, unquestionable, uncontested, cogent)
    обоснованный (justified, reasonable, valid, founded, cogent, bottomed)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 10 cogent

    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.)

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 11 cogent

    nyomós, meggyőző
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    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) meggyőző

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 12 cogent

    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.)
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    co.gent
    [k'oudʒənt] adj forçoso, convincente, irresistível, irrefutável, concludente.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 13 cogent

    {'kolK^ant}
    a състоятелен, убедителен, неопровержим, силен (за аргумент и пр.)
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    {'kolK^ant} а състоятелен, убедителен, неопровержим, силен (за
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    убедителен; неоспорим; неопровержим;
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    a състоятелен, убедителен, неопровержим, силен (за аргумент и пр.)
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    cogent[´koudʒənt] adj състоятелен, убедителен, неопровержим, неоспорим; \cogent evidence убедителни доказателства; FONT face=Times_Deutsch}}◊ adv cogently.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 14 cogent

    adj. inandırıcı, ikna edici
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    ikna edici
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    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) inandırıcı, ikna edici

    English-Turkish dictionary

  • 15 cogent

    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) tehten
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    [kóudžənt]
    adjective (cogently adverb)
    tehten, važen, prepričevalen, neovrgljiv, neizpodbiten

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 16 cogent

    • pakottava
    • painava
    • vakuuttava
    • tehokas
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    'kou‹ənt
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.)

    English-Finnish dictionary

  • 17 cogent

    ['kəudʒənt]
    adj
    przekonywający
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    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) przekonywający

    English-Polish dictionary

  • 18 cogent

    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) pārliecinošs; neapstrīdams
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    pārliecinošs, neapstrīdams

    English-Latvian dictionary

  • 19 cogent

    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) įtikinamas, svarus

    English-Lithuanian dictionary

  • 20 cogent

    adj. övertygande
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    ['kou‹ənt]
    adjective
    ((of an argument) convincing: cogent words; a cogent argument.) bindande, övertygande

    English-Swedish dictionary

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  • Cogent — Co gent, a. [L. cogens, p. pr. of cogere to drive together, to force; co + agere to drive. See {Agent}, a., and cf. {Coact} to force, {Coagulate}, p. a.] 1. Compelling, in a physical sense; powerful. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The cogent force of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cogent — can refer to: Cogency of an argument Cogent Communications, an Internet service provider Cogent Partners, an investment banking firm focused on private equity secondary advisory transactions Cogent Inc., a provider of automated fingerprint… …   Wikipedia

  • cogent — I adjective appealing conclusively, appealing forcibly, authoritative, commanding, compelling, conclusive, convincing, definite, definitive, demonstrable, demonstrating, determinative, effective, effectual, efficacious, evidential, forceful,… …   Law dictionary

  • cogent — 1650s, from Fr. cogent necessary, urgent (14c.), from L. cogentem (nom. cogens), prp. of cogere to curdle; to compel; to collect, lit. to drive together, from com together (see CO (Cf. co )) + agere to drive (see ACT (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • cogent — To be cogent, an argument has to persuade or convince; to be coherent (see next entry) it only has to make sense …   Modern English usage

  • cogent — cogent, ente (ko jan, jan t ) adj. Terme de philosophie. Qui contraint. HISTORIQUE    XIVe s. •   Sans cogente necessité, BRUYANT dans Ménagier, t. II, p. 40.    XVe s. •   Et pour cause bonne cogente, Mir. de Ste G …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • cogent — convincing, compelling, telling, *valid, sound Analogous words: forceful, forcible, potent, *powerful, puissant: compelling, constraining (see FORCE vb): inducing, persuading or persuasive (see corresponding verbs at INDUCE): proving,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • cogent — [adj] effective apposite, apt, compelling, conclusive, consequential, convictive, convincing, fitting, forceful, forcible, inducing, influential, irresistible, justified, meaningful, momentous, persuasive, pertinent, potent, powerful, puissant,… …   New thesaurus

  • cogent — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ (of an argument or case) clear, logical, and convincing. DERIVATIVES cogency noun cogently adverb. ORIGIN from Latin cogere compel …   English terms dictionary

  • cogent — [kō′jənt] adj. [L cogens, prp. of cogere, to collect < co , together + agere, to drive: see ACT1] forceful and to the point, as a reason or argument; compelling; convincing SYN. VALID cogently adv …   English World dictionary

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