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see eye to eye

To agree with someone; to share someone's position or opinion. His mother and I don't see eye to eye about his decision to drop out of college. I'm not going to argue the point with you, Alex. We just don't see eye to eye.
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see eye to eye (about someone or something) (with someone)

 and see eye to eye (on someone or something) (with someone)
Fig. [for someone] to agree about someone or something with someone else, I'm glad we see eye to eye about Todd with Mary. I see eye to eye with Mary. Will labor and management ever see eye to eye on the new contract?
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see eye to eye

Agree completely, as in I'm so glad we see eye to eye on whom we should pick for department head. This expression appears in the Bible (Isaiah 52:8). [c. 1600]
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see eye to eye

have similar views or attitudes to something; be in full agreement.
1997 A. Sivanandran When Memory Dies We don't see eye to eye about anything—work, having children, what's going on in the country.
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(not) see eye to ˈeye (with somebody) (about/on/over something)

(not) have the same opinion or attitude as somebody else (about a particular issue, problem, etc.): My boss and I don’t see eye to eye over the question of finance.
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see eye to eye

in. [for two or more people] to agree on something or view something the same way. We never seem to see eye to eye.
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