n. 看法，观点; 争执
Someone's contention is the idea or opinion that they are expressing in an argument or discussion.
This evidence supports their contention that the outbreak of violence was prearranged.
Sufficient research evidence exists to support this contention.
If something is a cause of contention, it is a cause of disagreement or argument.
They generally tried to avoid subjects of contention between them...
A particular source of contention is plans to privatise state-run companies.
If you are in contention in a contest, you have a chance of winning it.
He was in contention for a place in the European championship squad.
1. a point asserted as part of an argument
2. a contentious speech act; a dispute where there is strong disagreement;
3. the act of competing as for profit or a prize;
The study of English requires effort and contention of mind.
Media freedoms have also been a bone of contention.
It is not my contention that chemical insecticides must never be used.
Truth does not fear contention . The more the truth is debated, the clearer it becomes.
Today, I choose to release any strife or contention in my heart.