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" ?

criticism Show phonetics
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:
literary criticism
If you've got any constructive (= positive) criticism of the project, I'd be glad to hear it.

Thanks.
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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).

What do you wish us to do with the dictionary definitions of criticism you have posted?
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vulnerable to criticism= liable to be damaged by criticism.

liable to criticism
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can be effectively attacked/criticized
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