at odds

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at odds (with someone)

 and at odds over something
in opposition to someone; at loggerheads (with someone). Mary is always at odds with her father about how late she can stay out. John and his father are always at odds over what to watch on TV.
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at odds (with somebody/something)

(slightly formal)
in disagreement Such behavior is clearly at odds with what civilized society expects. The two women were hopelessly at odds.
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at odds

In disagreement, opposed. For example, It is only natural for the young and old to be at odds over money matters. This idiom uses odds in the sense of "a condition of being unequal or different," and transfers it to a difference of opinion, or quarrel. [Late 1500s]
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at odds

In disagreement; in conflict: "The artist and the self-critic ... are, with a few felicitous exceptions, forever at odds" (Joyce Carol Oates).
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The firms are also at odds over England's prospects of even grabbing a draw.