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Definition of Discuss

Discuss
Discuss Dis*cuss", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Discussed; p. pr. & vb. n. Discussing.] [L. discussus, p. p. of discutere to strike asunder (hence came the sense to separate mentally, distinguish); dis- + quatere to shake, strike. See Quash.] 1. To break to pieces; to shatter. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne. 2. To break up; to disperse; to scatter; to dissipate; to drive away; -- said especially of tumors. Many arts were used to discuss the beginnings of new affection. --Sir H. Wotton. A pomade . . . of virtue to discuss pimples. --Rambler. 3. To shake; to put away; to finish. [Obs.] All regard of shame she had discussed. --Spenser. 4. To examine in detail or by disputation; to reason upon by presenting favorable and adverse considerations; to debate; to sift; to investigate; to ventilate. ``We sat and . . . discussed the farm . . . and the price of grain.' --Tennyson. ``To discuss questions of taste.' --Macaulay. 5. To deal with, in eating or drinking. [Colloq.] We sat quietly down and discussed a cold fowl that we had brought with us. --Sir S. Baker. 6. (Law) To examine or search thoroughly; to exhaust a remedy against, as against a principal debtor before proceeding against the surety. --Burrill. Syn: To Discuss, Examine, Debate. We speak of examining a subject when we ponder it with care, in order to discover its real state, or the truth respecting it. We speak of discussing a topic when we examine it thoroughly in its distinct parts. The word is very commonly applied to matters of opinion. We may discuss a subject without giving in an adhesion to any conclusion. We speak of debating a point when we examine it in mutual argumentation between opposing parties. In debate we contend for or against some conclusion or view.
Discus
Discus Dis"cus, n.; pl. E. Discuses, L. Disci. [L. See Disk.] 1. (a) A quoit; a circular plate of some heavy material intended to be pitched or hurled as a trial of strength and skill. (b) The exercise with the discus. Note: This among the Greeks was one of the chief gymnastic exercises and was included in the Pentathlon (the contest of the five exercises). The chief contest was that of throwing the discus to the greatest possible distance. 2. A disk. See Disk.

Meaning of Discuss from wikipedia

- discussion becomes dispute or controversial. For example, if theology is being discussed,maybe no one is insisting a particular view be accepted. Many conversations...
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- The Hong Kong Discuss Forum (Chinese: 香港討論區, commonly known as DISCUSS) is a major Internet forum based in Hong Kong. As of June 14, 2018, it is rated...
- Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics is an open access peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the European Geosciences Union. It covers research on...
- strangers, or to discuss a question with another stranger. As the spy, the user inputs any question for the two strangers to answer or discuss and is able...
- his career, as the finest Indian batsman against express pace.[dubious – discuss] Mohinder made his debut against Australia at Chennai in December 1969...
- are rejecting the idea of a Balkan peninsula, while the scholars usually discuss the Balkans as a region. The term steadily got, especially since the 1990s...
- late eighteenth century ... . ... this sculptured fragment ... is both discussed and illustrated in Richard Payne Knight's A Discourse on the Worship of...
- Jo Bhi Kahey on 21 September 2005 A Sit-Down with Annabelle Wallis: Annabelle Wallis discusses Jane Seymour's relationship with Henry VIII. Showtime...
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