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comment “He's unarguably the best” or “He's arguably the best”
But do people actually think which one to use? i was under impression they just use whichever and mean the same thing. that's why i got confused. like today i heard "hes arguably the best nba player" did they mean he was the best? what's the real meaning when you say "arguably". is it the same as "one of the" -- "hes one of the best nba players" (but there are others who are just as good or better"
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comment “He's unarguably the best” or “He's arguably the best”
do people actually think which one to use? i was under impression they just use whichever and mean the same thing. that's why i got confused. like today i heard "hes arguably the best nba player" did they mean he was the best? what's the real meaning when you say "arguably". is it the same as "one of the" -- "hes one of the best nba players" (but there are others who are just as good or better"
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comment “He's unarguably the best” or “He's arguably the best”
so they are not used to say the same thing and the person who says it actually meant what he or she said? that's why i got confused. like today i heard "hes arguably the best nba player" did they mean he was the best? what's the real meaning when you say "arguably". is it the same as "one of the" -- "hes one of the best nba players" (but there are others who are just as good or better"
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