- dis|a|gree|ment [ ,dısə`grimənt ] noun *1. ) count or uncount a situation involving a lot of disagreements:The negotiations ended in disagreement.disagreement with: Bowen resigned from the club following a disagreement with the head coach.disagreement over/about: There has been considerable disagreement over how best to deal with the crisis.disagreement between/among: Money is a source of disagreement between many couples.be in disagreement (=not agree): We're still in disagreement with management about the pay offer.2. ) uncount a difference between things that should be the same:disagreement between: There was some disagreement between the two statements he had given.
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