disagreement / ˌdɪs əˈgri mənt /


disagreement 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the act, state, or fact of disagreeing.
  2. lack of agreement; diversity; unlikeness: a disagreement of colors.
  3. difference of opinion; dissent.
  4. quarrel; dissension; argument.

disagreement 近义词

n. 名词 noun

dispute, quarrel

n. 名词 noun

difference, unlikeness


  1. A lot of the things that we’re lacking right now, Carlos, in terms of being able to respect each other, have disagreements, but not walk away, burning down the house.
  2. The problem of assay disagreement—that different tests produce different results—is well known among vaccine researchers.
  3. Any disagreements about SEO particulars would get resolved as it was typically just a matter of language that Katie’s team documentation helped clarify.
  4. Backlash to the FDA study exposed a fundamental disagreement between the agency and livestock biotechnologists.
  5. Brian was in the middle of exiting his $120-million-valuation artificial intelligence startup Kairos over disagreements about whether or not its technology should be provided to law enforcement.
  6. According to police, Frias got into a disagreement with a bystander at the scene.
  7. However, there was sharp disagreement over the breadth of the problem.
  8. His sensitivity to this problem came out in his first sharp disagreement with his boss, VMI superintendent Francis H. Smith.
  9. And so the reaction seems to be to corral oneself off from disagreement.
  10. And there are some who are in disagreement about it [but] can't do anything.
  11. There seemed to be no disagreement on the question of educating boys and girls of primary-school age together.
  12. Max and his room-mate, Hunt, liked each other from the first, and seldom had the slightest disagreement.
  13. Lichtenstein's connection with Weber was probably the cause of his disagreement with Spontini, alluded to by Chopin.
  14. But there was another manœuvre which he used habitually and successfully to indicate utter disagreement and contempt.
  15. Youth indulges in the bitter of disagreement as a piquant contrast to the sweets of the springtime of life.