clash [clashes, -pl.] ; disagreement ; variance ; discord.
A seminar was held on community information last year which brought sharp clashes between librarians and social workers over their respective roles.
There was no disagreement that IT developments promised new opportunities = There was no disagreement that IT developments promised new opportunities.
This paper discusses factors which led to the need to reexamine the use of UK dealers, the major difference between UK and US dealers being their variance in pricing policies.
Discord is the result of external economic and technological pressures.
It is primarily a story about a girl who, pregnant, flees her disapproving family to search for the father of her child in the grungy and sinister Midlands of England.
en desacuerdo con
at odds with
Moreover, many soon found themselves ill at ease in a milieu so radically at odds with the traditional work ethic.
estar en desacuerdo
be at variance
beg to differ
be at odds
be at sixes and sevens with each other
I know that there ought to be someone to speak on behalf of Mr. Kilgour's point of view if it's at variance.
Although we may disagree about the fine detail, semantic relationships are the relationships between subjects, which are reasonably stable, and reflect the consensus of opinion concerning the connections between subjects.
What we would quarrel with is not CAS's 'motives', but what CAS 'did'.
Many librarians were literally incredulous that weeding could be considered, in any shape or form, as a timesaver; others begged to differ.
As they stand, these two theories of pictorial representation are neither in agreement nor at odds, but incommensurable.
The two companies were permanently at sixes and sevens with each other.
estar en desacuerdo con
be at loggerheads with
Sharp of tongue, Watterston was often at loggerheads with the authorities, particularly the Joint Library Committee.
estar en desacuerdo sobre
be at odds over
Librarians and publishers are at odds over the solution to these new preservation problems.
register + disagreement
Later in the same year, Sir Stephen Gaselee registerd his complete disagreement with this viewpoint.