*argue (something) out*

*argue (something) out*

Definition: to discuss an idea or plan in detail, covering all the aspects and possible consequences, in order to reach a decision.

E.g.1: It’s an interesting proposal, but I’d like to argue it out with you before agreeing to it.
E.g.2: While they were arguing out the plan they realised that it would cost too much money.

This phrasal verb can be separated. (E.g.1)

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