from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To speak with another or others about; talk over.
- transitive v. To examine or consider (a subject) in speech or writing.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To drive away, disperse, shake off.
- v. To converse or debate concerning a particular topic.
- v. To communicate, tell, or disclose (information, a message, etc.).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To break to pieces; to shatter.
- transitive v. To break up; to disperse; to scatter; to dissipate; to drive away; -- said especially of tumors.
- transitive v. To shake; to put away; to finish.
- transitive v. To examine in detail or by disputation; to reason upon by presenting favorable and adverse considerations; to debate; to sift; to investigate; to ventilate.
- transitive v. To deal with, in eating or drinking.
- transitive v. To examine or search thoroughly; to exhaust a remedy against, as against a principal debtor before proceeding against the surety.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To shake or strike asunder; break up; disperse; scatter.
- To shake off; put away.
- To examine; consider and declare one's opinion concerning; hence, to explain; declare; speak about.
- To agitate; debate; argue about; reason upon; sift the considerations for and against.
- Hence To examine or investigate the quality of by consuming, as something to eat or drink: as, to discuss a fowl; to discuss a bottle of wine.
- In civil law, to exhaust legal proceedings against for debt, as the actual debtor or his property, before proceeding against the property of a person secondarily liable for the debt. See benefit of discussion, under discussion.
- In French-Canadian law, to procure the sale of (the property of a debtor) by due process of law and apply the proceeds toward the payment of the debt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. to consider or examine in speech or writing
- v. speak with others about (something); talk (something) over in detail; have a discussion
And I am quite sure also that Professor Doit would write to his class: 'Whatever topic you discuss, _discuss it originally_.
But the only upgrade Apple will discuss is the AirPlay feature of the next version of the iOS software in Apple's iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, which will let you watch video from many apps on your HDTV.
I thought he said the time to discuss is over and it is now time for action?
The real issue here, the one that nobody wants to discuss, is not “well-off” people.
What I think the article meant to discuss is the number of married people.
Whilst I prevaricate, discuss: is it better to pontificate or to ruminate?
What I am about to discuss is not a sole publication.
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So the elephant sitting in the whole convention discussion which no one wants to discuss is the OLCC and its regulations.
I know I have new blog readers here and you have to know that my favourite topic to discuss is politics and resistance to the prevailing dogma, which a lot of you may not like.
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