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conflicting

adjective [usually before noun]
 
 
/kənˈflɪktɪŋ/
relating to beliefs, needs, facts, etc. that are different and opposing: conflicting account/report Two staff members will often give quite conflicting accounts of what was said in a meeting.conflicting advice/data/information His time at business school developed his ability to reconcile conflicting data and differing points of view. In settling the terms of the partnership agreement there is often a need to strike a balance between the conflicting interests and aspirations of individuals and the firms of which they are members.
Translations of “conflicting”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不一致的, 相矛盾的, 衝突的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不一致的, 相矛盾的, 冲突的…
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