"to not see eye to eye..." / "to not see eye to eye with someone..." Meaning:
to not agree with someone; to disagree with another person or people Similar Expressions
When do we use it?
- We don't see eye to eye about that issue.
- We disagree about that issue.
- We don't agree about that issue.
We can use this expression whenever two or more people do not agree about something. It is just a different way to say that two or people disagree. How do we use it?
We can use this expression with different subjects. But remember that this expression can only be used when there are at least two people.
- We don't see eye to eye on how to solve this problem.
- Mark and I don't see eye to eye about where to invest our money.
- I don't see eye to eye with my parents about how to live my life.
- Tina doesn't see eye to see with Greg about this project.
Remember that we need at least two people to use this expression.
Example English Conversations
I don't see eye to eye about that issue.
A) Everyone thinks that this project will be very successful.
B) Actually, I don't see eye to see with everyone about that. I think that this project is too risky and that it will probably fail.
A) My wife and I don't see eye to eye about how to spend our money.
B) I think most couples don't see eye to eye about that.
A) What are they arguing about?
B) They are arguing about next year's budget. They don't see eye to eye on how many new employees we should hire. Adding expressions and idioms to your vocabulary will help you become a better English speaker. You do not need to learn a million expressions or idioms at one time! If you study new English expressions and idioms steadily and consistently, then your vocabulary will get better and better. Use these free English lessons to expand your vocabulary and learn useful English idioms, slang, and expressions.