- agree to differ
- to stop arguing because you know you will never agree
In the end, we agreed to differ.
English dictionary. 2014.
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agree to differ — To agree to accept amicably a difference of opinion without further argument • • • Main Entry: ↑differ * * * I see differ II cease to argue about something because neither party will compromise or be persuaded * * * agree to differ see ↑agree • • … Useful english dictionary
agree to differ — ► agree to differ amicably stop arguing because agreement will not be reached. Main Entry: ↑differ … English terms dictionary
agree to differ — consent not to agree, agree to disagree … English contemporary dictionary
agree to differ — amicably stop arguing because agreement will never be reached. → differ … English new terms dictionary
agree to disagree — agree to differ/to disagree/ phrase to accept that someone else does not have the same opinion as you and agree not to argue about it any more On that point, we’ll have to agree to differ. Thesaurus: ending, solving and avoiding arguments and… … Useful english dictionary
differ — ► VERB 1) be unlike or dissimilar. 2) disagree. ● agree to differ Cf. ↑agree to differ ● beg to differ Cf. ↑beg to differ ORIGIN … English terms dictionary
agree — a|gree W1S1 [əˈgri:] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(same opinion)¦ 2¦(say yes)¦ 3¦(decide together)¦ 4¦(be the same)¦ 5 agree to differ/disagree Phrasal verbs agree with something ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: agréer, from gré … Dictionary of contemporary English
agree */*/*/ — UK [əˈɡriː] / US [əˈɡrɪ] verb [not usually progressive] Word forms agree : present tense I/you/we/they agree he/she/it agrees present participle agreeing past tense agreed past participle agreed Get it right: agree: When you want to say that you… … English dictionary
differ — dif|fer [ dıfər ] verb intransitive 1. ) to be different from something else: differ in: The two animals come from the same family but differ in body shape and breeding habits. differ from: English differs from Spanish in that it is not… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
differ — [[t]dɪ̱fə(r)[/t]] differs, differing, differed 1) V RECIP If two or more things differ, they are unlike each other in some way. [V from n] The story he told police differed from the one he told his mother... [pl n V] Management styles differ. 2)… … English dictionary