Sink your differences - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
sink your differences
sink (one's) differences
Of multiple people or groups of people, to forget about or put aside the things that one argues about, disagrees with, or dislikes about the other side, usually in order to achieve a common goal. It's really remarkable to see the two factions sink their differences in the name of reclaiming their country as a sovereign state. We'll need to sink our differences if we hope to establish peace in the region.
sink your ˈdifferences agree to forget or ignore your past arguments or disagreements: The two groups sank their political differences and joined together to beat the ruling party.
References in periodicals archive
AN URGENT call to management and unions in British Leyland to "sink your differences
and prevent output breaks" will be the main theme in the report of Sir Don Ryder's team to the Government.