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I beg to differ/disagree

a way of saying "I do not ​agree" that is ​polite, but may ​soundunfriendly
(Definition of I beg to differ/disagree from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “I beg to differ/disagree”
in Chinese (Simplified) (礼貌的说法)恐怕我难以苟同…
in Chinese (Traditional) (禮貌的說法)恐怕我難以苟同…
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