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What does it mean " vulnerable to the criticism" ?
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noun [C or U]
1 when you say that something or someone is bad; disapproval:
The designs for the new mosque have attracted widespread criticism.
I have a few criticisms to make of/about your speech.
2 when you give your opinion or judgment about the good or bad qualities of something or someone, especially books, films, etc:
If you've got any constructive (= positive) criticism of the project, I'd be glad to hear it.
The reasoning in the agrument is vulnerable to the criticism that the agrument does which one of the following ? What does it mean " vulnerable to the criticism" ?Vulnerable to criticism = has a weakpoint or weakpoints which may be argued against or criticized. Here, the sentence asks the reader to identify the weakpoint(s).
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