disaccord


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dis·ac·cord

 (dĭs′ə-kôrd′)
n.
Lack of harmony; disagreement.
intr.v. dis·ac·cord·ed, dis·ac·cord·ing, dis·ac·cords
To disagree.

[From Middle English disaccorden, to disagree, from Old French desacorder : des-, dis- + acorder, to agree; see accord.]

disaccord

(ˌdɪsəˈkɔːd)
n
lack of agreement or harmony
vb
(intr) to be out of agreement; disagree

dis•ac•cord

(ˌdɪs əˈkɔrd)

v.i.
1. to be out of accord; disagree.
n.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Anglo-French, Old French desac(c)order]

disaccord


Past participle: disaccorded
Gerund: disaccording

Imperative
disaccord
disaccord
Present
I disaccord
you disaccord
he/she/it disaccords
we disaccord
you disaccord
they disaccord
Preterite
I disaccorded
you disaccorded
he/she/it disaccorded
we disaccorded
you disaccorded
they disaccorded
Present Continuous
I am disaccording
you are disaccording
he/she/it is disaccording
we are disaccording
you are disaccording
they are disaccording
Present Perfect
I have disaccorded
you have disaccorded
he/she/it has disaccorded
we have disaccorded
you have disaccorded
they have disaccorded
Past Continuous
I was disaccording
you were disaccording
he/she/it was disaccording
we were disaccording
you were disaccording
they were disaccording
Past Perfect
I had disaccorded
you had disaccorded
he/she/it had disaccorded
we had disaccorded
you had disaccorded
they had disaccorded
Future
I will disaccord
you will disaccord
he/she/it will disaccord
we will disaccord
you will disaccord
they will disaccord
Future Perfect
I will have disaccorded
you will have disaccorded
he/she/it will have disaccorded
we will have disaccorded
you will have disaccorded
they will have disaccorded
Future Continuous
I will be disaccording
you will be disaccording
he/she/it will be disaccording
we will be disaccording
you will be disaccording
they will be disaccording
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disaccording
you have been disaccording
he/she/it has been disaccording
we have been disaccording
you have been disaccording
they have been disaccording
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disaccording
you will have been disaccording
he/she/it will have been disaccording
we will have been disaccording
you will have been disaccording
they will have been disaccording
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disaccording
you had been disaccording
he/she/it had been disaccording
we had been disaccording
you had been disaccording
they had been disaccording
Conditional
I would disaccord
you would disaccord
he/she/it would disaccord
we would disaccord
you would disaccord
they would disaccord
Past Conditional
I would have disaccorded
you would have disaccorded
he/she/it would have disaccorded
we would have disaccorded
you would have disaccorded
they would have disaccorded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disaccord - be different from one another
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"

disaccord

nounverb
1. To fail to be in accord:
Idiom: go counter to.
2. To be of different opinion:
Idiom: join issue.
Translations

disaccord

n (= disagreement)Uneinigkeit f; (= contradiction)Widerspruch m
vi (= disagree)nicht übereinstimmen
References in classic literature ?
By their extreme disaccord with her mental condition these words produced on her a slightly suffocating effect.
These events only strengthened the disaccord between the two groups of community bolstering fears of the possibility of the ethnic conflict in Estonia.
Pour terminer, les comites jeunes ont pu a ce jour contester l'agenda et les pratiques syndicales en vigueur, exprimer leur disaccord et forcer la transformation.
also shows a deft hermeneutical hand in explaining how Girard's and Schwager's disaccord arose from the preconceptions that carried them to the question of Opfer.
Regarding the great disaccord between the present position and that advocating normalcy status for sexual misorientation, it is important to disabuse the latter perspectives in addition to pointing out the centered African one.
The senate is often in disaccord with the executive.
Dullin underlined the incompatibility of the naturalistic decors worthy of the pre-war Theatre du Chatelet with the skilled performance of the actors: "In fact, the disaccord between the admirable acting of the actors and these painted sceneries was disastrous; the acting was a demonstration of the multiple resources of the actor, the decors seemed to have been placed there to show us to what extent naturalism is anti-theatrical and sins precisely for the total absence of the virtue it seeks: the truth" (SNTA, 59).
NNA - The actual difficult situation could be aggravated further by disaccord, minister of Education and Higher Learning Elias Bou-Sb, warned in his interview on Ash-Sharq (Orient) radio station today.
Paul writes to the Corinthians in the midst of division and disaccord.
Adapted from Meznar and Nigh 1995 and the survey of the literatures on a transition economy): Regulatory complexity There is a big disaccord among rules and 0.