disagree verb

ADV. profoundly, sharply, strongly, vehemently The only time we sharply disagreed was over the children's education. | completely, entirely, totally I disagree totally with this policy. | fundamentally

VERB + DISAGREE be difficult to, be hard to, can/could hardly When I pointed out that it had been her idea in the first place, she could hardly disagree.

PREP. about Jack and Robert disagree about everything. | on We disagree on this matter. | over Ministers disagree over the scale of the changes. | with I disagree strongly with this idea. It is difficult to disagree with the chairman on this point.