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disagreement /ˌdɪsəˈɡriːmənt/ noun

مخالفت ، عدم موافقت ، اختلاف ، ناسازگاری ، قانون ـ فقه: اختلاف ، روانشناسی: اختلاف ، علوم نظامی: عدم توافق
- incompatibility, difference, discrepancy, disparity, dissimilarity, divergence, incongruity, variance
- argument, altercation, clash, conflict, dispute, dissent, quarrel, row, squabble
English Thesaurus: argument, row, disagreement, quarrel, feud, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

disagreement /ˌdɪsəˈɡriːmənt/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: agreeabledisagreeable, agreed; verb: agreedisagree; noun: agreementdisagreement; adverb: agreeablydisagreeably]

1. [uncountable and countable] a situation in which people express different opinions about something and sometimes argue Antonym : agreement:
We’ve had a few disagreements, but we’re still good friends.
disagreement about/over/as to/on
disagreements about who will be allowed to vote
disagreement among/between
There were disagreements among doctors about the best way to treat the disease.
disagreement with
Connor’s disagreements with school administrators
sharp/fundamental/profound etc disagreement (=serious disagreement)
be in disagreement (=disagree)
Scientists are in disagreement about the significance of the data.

2. [uncountable] differences between two statements, reports, numbers etc that ought to be similar Antonym : agreement
disagreement between
There is disagreement between these two estimates.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. bitter, considerable, deep, major, serious, sharp, substantial, total, wide There is wide disagreement on this issue.
minor, slight | basic, fundamental | continuing | internal internal disagreements within the party
family | policy, political
VERB + DISAGREEMENT be in, have They were in disagreement about the move to Cambridge. The things she said were always in disagreement, with the teacher or another member of the class. They had a disagreement about the best way to get to Manchester.
express She expressed disagreement with the government's policy.
resolve, settle, solve How is a basic disagreement of this nature to be resolved?
cause, lead to | be open to This view is subjective and therefore open to disagreement.
DISAGREEMENT + VERB arise, occur A disagreement arose over who should pay for the trip.
exist Disagreement exists over the pattern of demand for coal.
remain | centre around/on sb/sth a disagreement centring on the link between crime and unemployment
PREP. in ~ He shook his head in disagreement.
~ about/over They had a major disagreement over who should clean the car.
~ among/amongst, ~ as to There is considerable disagreement among archaeologists as to the age of the sculpture.
~ between a serious disagreement between the two experts
~ on There is fundamental disagreement on these matters.
~ with He had a disagreement with his girlfriend.
PHRASES an area of disagreement There are several areas of disagreement between the two governments.
a source of disagreement Money was a constant source of disagreement.
room/scope for disagreement There is plenty of room for disagreement in this controversial area.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


have a disagreement
The only disagreements we have are about money.
resolve/settle a disagreement (=find a way to make people agree)
Negotiations failed to resolve the disagreements.
cause/lead to disagreement
This is a policy that has caused an enormous amount of disagreement.
disagreement arises
Disagreements may arise because of misunderstandings.
a strong/serious disagreement
If you have a serious disagreement at work, talk to someone about it.
considerable/substantial disagreement (=a lot of disagreement)
There is still considerable disagreement among doctors as to how to treat the illness.
a bitter disagreement
There are reports of bitter disagreement between the EU and the US over this issue.
a sharp disagreement formal (=strong disagreement)
There were sharp disagreements between Republicans and Democrats.
basic disagreement (also fundamental disagreement formal)
There was fundamental disagreement on what steps should be taken to resolve the problem.
a source of disagreement (=something that causes disagreement)
Sentencing policy is a source of disagreement between judges and the Home Office.
an area of disagreement (=an idea or subject that people disagree about)
Substantial areas of disagreement still exist between scientists.
a point of disagreement (=a particular thing that people disagree about)
A point of disagreement between the two parties concerns the future of nuclear power.
room/scope for disagreement (=the possibility that people will disagree about something)
There is room for disagreement about how much independence to give children.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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