a difference of opinion

a difference of opinion

A disagreement. The term is often used to frame such a disagreement as a polite one in which people simply differ in their views. We're not at odds, it's just a difference of opinion. We're going to continue discussing it and find common ground. He's says they just had a difference of opinion, but it sure sounded like a shouting match to me. A: "So you and Lindsey had a fight over the wedding invitations?" B: "What? No, we had a difference of opinion on what they should look like, that's all."
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