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Synonyms for disagree

differ (in opinion)

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Antonyms

make ill

disagree with something or someone

Synonyms

  • oppose
  • be against
  • object to
  • not support
  • disapprove of
  • not believe in
  • dissent from
  • think wrong

Synonyms for disagree

to be unlike or dissimilar

to be of different opinion

Synonyms for disagree

be different from one another

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Meanwhile, 22% agreed revalidation would help identify and tackle problem doctors, while the rest neither agreed or disagreed or did not know.
7%) disagreed with the statement: 'If a mental health facility is set up in my street or community, I will move out of the community' ([chi square]=16.
Some 53% of hospitals disagreed it would - 33% disagreed and a further 20% strongly disagreed.
When asked if court personnel show courtesy/respect to people using Florida courts, 62 percent of all respondents agreed while 15 percent disagreed.
Thinking it time to draw the proceedings to a close, I pointed out that disagreeing about everything posed a logical dilemma, for it would imply that one disagreed about disagreeing about everything, in which case one must agree about something.
Responding to this, 25% of the global sample strongly agreed that they saw themselves more as global citizens than citizens of their country, 26% somewhat agreed, 22% somewhat disagreed whereas 22% strongly disagreed.
When reminded that requiring insurers to pay accident response fees could lead to higher auto insurance costs, 69 percent of survey respondents disagreed with the idea of local governments charging accident response fees.
Five percent of the participants disagreed or strongly disagreed.
Breakdown service Autonational Rescue asked drivers how much they agreed or disagreed with the statement, "My Local Authority is very good at keeping my local roads in good condition.
Specifically, 42 percent of survey respondents overall "strongly" disagreed that the government will change Social Security adequately, and another 25 percent "somewhat" disagreed.
Peterson disagreed with plans the three women have to reform water reporting in the district.
Asked if they believed that providing arms to the rebels would make Britain more prone to terrorist attacks 56% agreed and 13% disagreed.
Parents disagreed on the need for additional training (Table 3), although the mean did move toward neutral (from 2.
In a survey, a nationally representative sample of men and women from across the country were asked how far they agreed or disagreed with the following statement: ?