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bump heads with

To clash with another person on a particular issue. Monica and I are always bumping heads with each other about how to go about these reports because she wants to start writing, while I think we should research first. I just know I'm going to have to bump heads with Ted again about this budget—we always want to cut different things.
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The star quit Virgin Records last year, refusing to renegotiate his deal with the label and saying he was tired of what he called "bumping heads with corporate structure".
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