be at odds

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be at odds (with)

To be in conflict (with). They are at odds over the best way to lead the committee. Our fact-checker found that the witness's story was completely at odds with what the reporter had written.
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be at ˈodds (with somebody/something) (about/over something)

1 not be in agreement with somebody about something: I’m at odds with her on the question of nuclear energy.
2 (of two things) not match or correspond to each other: His colourful way of dressing is strangely at odds with his shy personality.
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