One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A disagreement or mild quarrel.‘there was a difference of opinion between myself and the chief planner’
- ‘Extension of the European Union: unbridgeable differences of opinion.’
- ‘You know, families always have differences of opinion.’
- ‘Joint decision making can lead to differences of opinion, however.’
- ‘They should have just submitted a written note during the meeting acknowledging their difference of opinion.’
- ‘In any relationship, there is going to be a difference of opinion.’
- ‘Interobserver variation is a far more significant factor in causing differences of opinion between observers.’
- ‘France's labour unions have generally been supportive of the 35-hour initiative, with some differences of opinion on key issues.’
- ‘The two presidential candidates have a difference of opinion on lying.’
- ‘I want to add a brief response to Andrew's characterization of his differences of opinion with us.’
- ‘The debates were on issues, not about race - there may have been differences of opinion.’
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