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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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Nationwide, 65% disagree with the statement: 'It is right for policemen to be given cash rewards for every person they kill who are allegedly using illegal drugs or involved in the illegal drug trade' while the remaining 15 percent agree, and 20 percent are undecided.
Out of 27,6% of the respondents who disagree with the statement, only 3,8% disagree at all.
Directions: Mark each situation with an "A" if you agree with the school counselor's action, or with a "D" if you disagree with the school counselor's action.
Based on your own feelings, please tell whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: The First Amendment goes too far in the rights it guarantees.
People may disagree with the success of the Millennium March, but it had a profound impact on my life.
Likewise, the percent of law and economics scholars who disagree with the proposition that "on balance, unions have increased productivity in many industries" is almost identical to the rate among labor economists (64 percent vs.
When we oppose abortion, we disagree with the notion that it is even negotiable.
There are plenty of other things to criticize or disagree with in Bryant's book - far more than can be set out in a review of this type.
I have followed my interpretation of the 'facts' to where I think they should lead me, knowing that others may disagree with my conclusions and recommendations.
Cheney has framed the issue so that there is really no way to disagree with her and still be "living in truth" (as she titles her final chapter), much less be granted equal intellectual respect.
While we may disagree with the conclusions from time to time, that process generally has worked well.
The official line is that he's "personally popular' because he's so good on television but most people disagree with his policies.
46% disagree with the way President Bush is managing Social Security reform.
A miserable 59 per cent of us disagree with your suggestion that things are getting better.
3 : a group of people that disagree with, disapprove of, or resist someone or something