differ with

と意見を異にする, と同意しない, に反対する

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  • differ with — disagree with, contradict, be at variance …   English contemporary dictionary

  • beg to differ with someone — beg to differ (with (someone)) to have a different opinion. Some people think losing that game brought the team together, but I beg to differ the team has always been together. Many believe our planet is in danger, but I beg to disagree it s not… …   New idioms dictionary

  • beg to differ with — beg to differ (with (someone)) to have a different opinion. Some people think losing that game brought the team together, but I beg to differ the team has always been together. Many believe our planet is in danger, but I beg to disagree it s not… …   New idioms dictionary

  • Differ — Dif fer, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Differed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Differing}.] [L. differre; dif = dis + ferre to bear, carry: cf. F. diff[ e]rer. See 1st {Bear}, and cf. {Defer}, {Delay}.] 1. To be or stand apart; to disagree; to be unlike; to be… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • with a difference — 1. With something special 2. In a special way • • • Main Entry: ↑differ * * * with a difference phrase used for saying that something is more interesting or unusual than other similar things It was a wedding with a difference – the bride wore… …   Useful english dictionary

  • differ — UK [ˈdɪfə(r)] / US [ˈdɪfər] verb [intransitive] Word forms differ : present tense I/you/we/they differ he/she/it differs present participle differing past tense differed past participle differed 1) to be different from something else differ from …   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 — verb 1 be different ADVERB ▪ considerably, dramatically, enormously, fundamentally, greatly, markedly, radically, sharply, significantly, substantially …   Collocations dictionary

  • differ — v. 1) (D; intr.) to differ about, on 2) (D; intr.) to differ from (this arrangement differs from the one I had in mind) 3) (D; intr.) to differ on; with (I differ with you on that point) * * * [ dɪfə] on with (I differ with you on that point) (D; …   Combinatory dictionary

  • differ — differ, vary, disagree, dissent mean to be unlike or out of harmony. Differ stresses the fact of unlikeness in kind or nature or in opinion but does not indicate except through the context the extent or degree of divergence {the houses in the row …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • differ — is widely used without any complement: • While their aims and activities differ slightly, all are clubs in the sense of recruiting members R. Brown, 1993. It can be followed by from in the meaning ‘to be unlike’: • These languages…differ from the …   Modern English usage

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