Translation: from spanish

at odds with

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  • at odds with — at odds (with (someone/something)) in disagreement. Such behavior is clearly at odds with what civilized society expects. The two women were hopelessly at odds …   New idioms dictionary

  • at odds with — index dissident, negative, nonconforming Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • at odds with — in a dispute with , involved in a conflict with …   English contemporary dictionary

  • at odds (with) — …   Useful english dictionary

  • be at odds with sb — be at odds (with sb/sth) ► to disagree with someone: »She and her boss are at odds over the issue of training. »On this issue, Britain is at odds with the rest of the EU. ► if two things are at odds, they are very different and cannot both be… …   Financial and business terms

  • be at odds with sb/sth — be at odds (with sb/sth) ► to disagree with someone: »She and her boss are at odds over the issue of training. »On this issue, Britain is at odds with the rest of the EU. ► if two things are at odds, they are very different and cannot both be… …   Financial and business terms

  • be at odds with sth — be at odds (with sb/sth) ► to disagree with someone: »She and her boss are at odds over the issue of training. »On this issue, Britain is at odds with the rest of the EU. ► if two things are at odds, they are very different and cannot both be… …   Financial and business terms

  • be at odds with something — be at odds with (something) if one statement or description is at odds with another, it is different when it should be the same. Blake s version of events was at odds with the official police report …   New idioms dictionary

  • be at odds with — (something) if one statement or description is at odds with another, it is different when it should be the same. Blake s version of events was at odds with the official police report …   New idioms dictionary

  • at odds with someone — at odds (with (someone/something)) in disagreement. Such behavior is clearly at odds with what civilized society expects. The two women were hopelessly at odds …   New idioms dictionary

  • at odds with something — at odds (with (someone/something)) in disagreement. Such behavior is clearly at odds with what civilized society expects. The two women were hopelessly at odds …   New idioms dictionary


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