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see eye to eye

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsee eye to eyesee eye to eye[usually in negatives] if two people see eye to eye, they agree with each other We didn’t exactly see eye to eye.see eye to eye with I don’t always see eye to eye with my father.see eye to eye on/about We don’t see eye to eye on business issues. see
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see eye to eyeBut then those two don't see eye to eye about anything these days.Relationships were just too difficult, the sexes would never see eye to eye, it was all too much bother.My wife and I could never see eye to eye on the business of living.We'd never see eye to eye - remember how affronted I was by Gerald Scaife's stuff?I don't see eye to eye with Tod on all issues.Lifland and his wife don't always see eye to eye.And if he didn't do that she couldn't possibly see how they would ever see eye to eye.Bishops were again brought in to arbitrate; but they did not see eye to eye.
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