can't argue with that

can't argue with that

A phrase used when one cannot or does not want to dispute what another person has said or suggested. Often said in appreciation of the argument or suggestion that has just been presented. A: "With all this rain, why don't we just stay in tonight?" B: "Can't argue with that—sure, let's see what's on TV."
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(I) can't argue with that.

Inf. I agree with what you said.; It sounds like a good idea. Tom: This sure is good cake. Bob: Can't argue with that. Sue: What do you say we go for a swim? Fred: I can't argue with that.
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Can't argue with that but what about cat's poo - I mean fellow gardeners know what it's like to disturb this hidden delight especially when you mow over it accidentally.
You can't argue with that - although, naturally, Aaron does.
I just can't argue with that" - JIM BEGLIN "In England, Rooney is a world-class footballer in the world" - PAUL MERSON "Sheffield United are attacking their own fans" - MATT MURRAY "Sometimes he does the brilliant things really well" - LEE SHARPE Spotters: Ken Reynolds, El Presidente.
You can't argue with that as the perfect interview.
I suspect the main bone of contention is the fact that the granite has been imported from China, and I can't argue with that. But from a visual aspect I think it is a vast improvement on what was there before.
"They were the better team from start to finish and I can't argue with that.
It has led to claims that John was the most successful manager of all time, and you can't argue with that.
Watson said: "Only Carl and Steve deserved to go, Carl for a badly mis-timed lunge and Steve for getting into a fight, and you can't argue with that.
'He's perhaps not the fastest in the world, but does seem to be a winner and you can't argue with that,' said Pruhs of his recent acquisition yesterday.
The [micro]-20 is the latest little creation out of the Olympus Camera labs and is touted as the "world's first metal-bodied waterproof digital camera in the [micro] (pronounced myu) series." Can't argue with that, I guess.
It's like a physical education credit, so you can't argue with that. It's been big around here for ten years." The frustration, she says, is that some dance-team directors have suggested that her students cut back on their dance classes to devote more time and energy to the team.
MARIAH CAREY: Rainbows (Columbia) - You might not like her new image but you can't argue with that voice.
Villa, Blues and Albion fans certainly can't argue with that.
One caller pointed out that the best refs Boro have had this season have all come in the European games, and you can't argue with that.
``I thought we played well against England but they're a better team and you can't argue with that,'' said Logan.``I thought we built on that on Saturday.''