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agree to differ

Of two parties, to mutually accept that they simply do not (and will not) share the same view on a particular issue, in the interest of moving past the issue or avoiding further confrontation. After their discussion about politics intensified, Fred and Sue had to agree to differ before it impacted their friendship. I'm sick of arguing with you, so let's just agree to differ and move on from this issue.
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agree to disagree

Of two parties, to mutually accept that they simply do not (and will not) share the same view on a particular issue, in the interest of moving past the issue or avoiding further confrontation. After their discussion about politics intensified, Fred and Sue had to agree to disagree before it impacted their friendship. I'm sick of arguing with you, so let's just agree to disagree and move on from this issue.
See also: agree, disagree

disagree with (one) on (something)

To have a different opinion, view, etc. from one on some issue or topic. I'm sorry, but I just have to disagree with you on that point. I think the opposite is true.
See also: disagree, on

disagree with (someone or something)

1. To have a different opinion, view, etc. than someone or something. I'm sorry, but I just have to disagree with you on that point. I think the opposite is true. Our administration vehemently disagrees with the judge about this issue, and we intend to appeal as soon as possible.
2. To dispute, be opposed to, or have a differing opinion about something. I understand what you mean, but I disagree with your interpretation of what happened. I don't see how you can disagree with the report—facts are facts!
3. To have a negative physical effect on someone. The food at that restaurant always seems to disagree with me.
See also: disagree

I beg to disagree

I politely disagree. I'm sorry, headmaster, but I beg to disagree. Students at this school should have more access to financial aid and scholarships, not less. He thinks that the evening was a disaster, but I beg to disagree—I saw plenty of guests enjoying themselves!
See also: beg, disagree
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agree to disagree

Cliché [for two or more parties] to calmly agree not to come to an agreement in a dispute. We have accomplished nothing except that we agree to disagree.
See also: agree, disagree

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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disagree (with someone) (about someone or something)

 and disagree (with someone) (on someone or something)
to hold views about someone or something that are opposed to someone else's views. I take it you disagree with me about Tom. Don't disagree about Tom with me. I disagree about this with almost everyone. I disagree with you.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

agree to differ

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agree to disagree

If two people who are arguing about something agree to differ or agree to disagree, they decide to stop arguing because neither of them is going to change their opinion. I find some of his views very curious and we've agreed to differ on some things. You and I are going to have to agree to disagree on this issue.
See also: agree, differ
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

agree to differ

cease to argue about something because neither party will compromise or be persuaded.
See also: agree, differ
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aˌgree to ˈdiffer

(of two or more people) allow each other to have different opinions about something, especially in order to avoid more argument: Our views on this matter are so different that we’ll just have to agree to differ.
See also: agree, differ
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When there was no change in the HHRV, 21 had more "agrees" than "disagrees" in their final, aggregated "Agree:Disagree:Neutral" numeric ratio.
The two HHRVs that changed from EPA's draft to final toxicological, but had more "agrees" than "disagrees" in the final "Agree:Disagree:Neutral" numeric ratio were Trichloroacetic Acid's OSF and Methanol's RfD (seen in blue and highlighted in yellow in Table VI).
[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Strongly Agree Some-what Neither Some-what Disagree Strongly Agree Agree Agree nor Disagree Disagree Disagree 1.1.2 When at work if my employer notices that one of the employees is acting differently to normal he will try to find out if there is a problem which is causing a change in behavior.
'The government completely disagrees with these plans,' the ministry said when asked about the plan.
Third, Bergsten also seems to disagree with our support of the Federal Reserve's policy.
People may disagree with the success of the Millennium March, but it had a profound impact on my life.
Respondents were asked to note whether or not they agreed with a set of propositions, using a five-point scale in which 1 equals "strongly disagree" and 5 equals "strongly agree." The responses are given in Table 1 and show consensus on many important issues.
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.
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.
If we cannot agree to disagree, there is indeed very little common ground left to share and very little of substance left to discuss.
They share the belief that some human beings can directly know the mind of God, but they disagree on which of them are the true prophets and which are the false ones....Scientific thinking didn't--and couldn't -- evolve from the prophetic tradition of Judaism and Christianity." Despite the many hoops that some religionists try to jump through to bring the two together, religion and science cannot be reconciled.
We certainly can hold up Euclid's geometry as the model for all knowledge: Start with premises about which no one can disagree, and then, using logic alone, prove theorems that are as certain as anything we know.
First of all, to ask us to "agree to disagree" about abortion is to ask us to change our position on it.
FOX: I disagree. In my view, management should be permitted to prepare financial statements in a way that best communicates the financial condition of the company.