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disagreeverb [I]

us   /ˌdɪs·əˈɡri/
to have a different opinion or be unable to agree: I disagree with you about that. Most scientists agree there is a risk, but disagree over the exact amount of risk.
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disagreeverb [I]

uk   /ˌdɪs.əˈɡriː/ us   /ˌdɪs.əˈɡriː/
B1 to not have the same opinion, idea, etc.: I'm afraid I have to disagree with you (on that issue). [+ that] Few people would disagree that something should be done to reduce crime in the area. I profoundly/strongly disagree with (= do not accept) the decision that has been made.
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If two or more statements, ideas, sets of numbers, etc. disagree, they are not the same.

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disagreeverb [I]

uk   /ˌdɪsəˈɡriː/ us  
to not have the same opinion, idea, etc. as someone or to not agree with them: disagree about/on sth The two sides in the pay dispute strongly disagree about raises.disagree with sb The sales manager and project manager still disagree with each other on pricing and product development.
if two or more reports, ideas, sets of numbers, etc. disagree, they are not the same: disagree about/on sth The studies disagreed, however, about whether shareholders of buying firms typically made tiny gains, or tiny losses.
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