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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
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