One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘child-rearing patterns differ across cultural groups’
vary, be different, be unlike, be dissimilar, be distinguishable, diverge
2‘their beliefs differed from those of other religious parties’
deviate from, depart from, run counter to, contradict, contrast with, conflict with, be incompatible with, be at odds with, be in opposition to, go against
3‘lawyers differ about the best interpretation of the legislation’
disagree, fail to agree, dissent, be at variance, be in dispute, be in opposition, take issue, conflict, clash, cross swords, lock horns, be at each other's throats
quarrel, argue, wrangle, quibble, squabble
informal fall out, scrap, argy-bargy, spat
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