English version

agree to differ/disagree

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishagree to differ/disagreeagree to differ/disagreeAGREEif two people agree to differ, they accept that they have different opinions about something and stop arguing about it agree
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agree to differ/disagreeThey seemed to respect each other, and simply agreed to disagree.They were tolerably happy together, as marriages seem to go, a happiness achieved partly by agreeing to differ.An official day to, as a society, agree to disagree and celebrate our freedom to do so.We might as well agree to differ and get along as well as we can.If after discussion we agree to differ, both versions will be recorded.If you can't agree to disagree, then take a back seat and let others have their way on this occasion.
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