English → English - cogent

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adj. convincing, persuasive, influential

English → Spanish - cogent

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adj. convincente

English → French - cogent

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adj. pertinent, incontestable (argument)

English → German - cogent

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adj. triftig, überzeugend

English → Indonesian - cogent

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a. meyakinkan: yg meyakinkan, kuat, beralasan

English → Italian - cogent

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agg. convincente, persuasivo, valido

English → Polish - cogent

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a. przekonywający, nieodparty

English → Portuguese - cogent

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adj. convincente

English → Romanian - cogent

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a. convingător, concludent, substanţial

English → Russian - cogent

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прил. убедительный, неоспоримый, обоснованный

English → Turkish - cogent

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s. inandırıcı, ikna edici

English → Ukrainian - cogent

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a. переконливий, незаперечний

English → Dutch - cogent

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bn. overtuigend (argument)

English → Greek - cogent

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επίθ. πειστικός, αδιάσειστος, ακαταμάχητος

English → Arabic - cogent

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‏مقنع، قوى، مفحم‏

English → Chinese - cogent

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(形) 使人首肯的, 切实的, 使人信服的

English → Chinese - cogent

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(形) 使人首肯的, 切實的, 使人信服的

English → Hindi - cogent

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a. यक़ीनी, ठोस, विश्वास-जनक

English → Japanese - cogent

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(形) 説得力のある

English → Korean - cogent

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형. 사람을 납득시키는

English → Vietnamese - cogent

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n. vửng chắc, chắc chắn

Definition of cogent

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Adjective
1. Reasonable and convincing; based on evidence.
2. Appealing to the intellect or powers of reasoning.
3. Forcefully persuasive.
She presented a cogent argument, convincing her audience of the truth of her proposition.
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