argue the toss

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Possibly derived from the toss of a coin to decide something, such as before a cricket or football match.

Verb[edit]

argue the toss (third-person singular simple present argues the toss, present participle arguing the toss, simple past and past participle argued the toss)

  1. especially (UK) to dispute a decision already made.