disagree with (one)

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disagree with (one)

1. To have a different opinion, view, etc. than one. I'm sorry, but I just have to disagree with you on that point. I think the opposite is true.
2. To have a negative physical effect on one. The food at that restaurant always seems to disagree with me.
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disagree with someone

[for food or drink] to upset someone's stomach. Milk always disagrees with me. Onions disagree with my husband, so he never eats them.
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We can sometimes ardently disagree with one another, but Georgia is a state of respect where we value and appreciate those who contribute to our communities and give jobs to the fathers and mothers of our children, not just today, but in the many years to come as we attract the jobs of the future.
It is a safeguard that each segment uses to ensure that they are not offending one another, that even if they disagree with one another's beliefs, they disallow their disagreements from clouding their judgment.
Yet, they will probably disagree with one another as to what this mandate instructs him to do.
We might disagree with one another about independence but most of the time we rub along quite nicely.
He said he hoped the audience would recognize that the four cast members are all smart, accomplished, able to have vigorous conversations and disagree with one another while still liking each other at the end.
AGAIN I disagree with one of your reader's letters.
I would like to disagree with one point raised by Matkowskyjet al in their article "Dysplastic Lesions in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
It is ok to disagree with one another; in fact it is desirable to hear different sides of an issue.
They often disagree with one another as might be expected, but there is nothing they will not discuss.
Once trust is firmly established, staff will feel free to express opinions and to disagree with one another without fear of reprisal, he said.
Not only did fans disagree with one another, but the external issues also affected the players.
I loved the ten facts about Wimbledon but disagree with one, 'all Brits love to queue', not me
Not only do they disagree with one another, but they openly do so and often disagree in a very impolite and unseemly way.
Specialists of the different traditions discussed may perhaps disagree with one detail or another.
Worse, those sources sometimes disagree with one another.