not agree with (someone or something)

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not agree with (someone or something)

1. To not share the same opinion or feeling as someone. I'm afraid I don't agree with Janet on this one. I think we should be lowering our rates, not raising them. We all agree with you—this whole situation got completely out of hand.
2. To not support or condone something. I really don't agree with raising taxes on anyone but the most wealthy in society. The board doesn't agree with your findings, Doctor.
3. Of food, to cause illness or discomfort in someone's digestive tract. Those gas station nachos didn't agree with me at all. I love living in India, but spicy foods just don't agree with me, so mealtimes here have been a little bit tricky.
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not agree with someone

[for food] to make someone ill; [for something that one has eaten] to give one stomach distress. Fried foods don't agree with Tom. I always have onions in my garden, but I never eat them. They just don't agree with me.
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A lot of people probably won't agree with me, but I find myself rejoicing in a new plan to help drug users.
'Everybody expected her to be in the team but as a coach sometimes you have to make tough decisions that won't agree with many people but these are decisions that have to be made to create the balance,' said Okumu Monday at University of the Philippines College of Human Kinetics.
Even if I agree to there demands, the party, Sindh, Punjab and KP won't agree with it," he said.
'Maybe a lot of people won't agree with me that there are many Malaysians working in Singapore or Australia in 3D jobs because they are paid well.
We will keep off, or just sit in the committee but we won't agree with them,' Madzayo said.
For those who won't agree with this letter - which means the majority of Talkback correspondents - look again at the Mail's story (April 16) and particularly the words of refugee Louai Ibraheen Al Mashfi.
In a lengthy interview with the (http://nypost.com/2014/09/24/steve-serbys-qa-with-phil-jackson/?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=NYPTwitter&utm_medium=SocialFlow) New York Post , Jackson revealed on one point something that most basketball fans probably won't agree with although some quarters won't be surprised with.
I know that there will be a lot of people that won't agree with me, but I think all animal testing should be stopped altogether.
He said it is interesting that a lot of reporters say that these are all good ideas, but these reporters add that but the ideas will not be passed through Congress, as Republicans won't agree with him.
BARRY Gibson is entitled to his views ('Why Britain is Great - Examiner, April 27), but the majority probably won't agree with him.
Airbus boss Craig Harrison said afterwards: "I am sure we will have a few (decisions) this season that I won't agree with, and I am sure Mike will get a few lucky ones as well.
He added, "There are many who won't agree with every decision or policy I make as president, and we know that government can't solve every problem.
While there are many who won't agree with the disabled grandad's stance, it illustrates just how important local post offices are to the community and the depth of the hurt caused by the cutbacks.
Of course you won't agree with how every penny of our taxes are spent, but if the Government were to lose over pounds 3bn - the cost of the Tory proposals, for example - that would be less new schools and hospitals and cuts to public services.
Of course you won't agree with how every penny of our taxes is spent, but if the Government was to lose more than pounds 3bn - the cost of the Tory plans, for example - that would be fewer new schools and hospitals, and cuts to public services.