Bill grumbled about his disagreement with the diagnosis and went crazy. The main issues were the root causes. Formally to express strong differences, especially with what officials think or with what most people think 1 `at the conference there have been disagreements on possible solutions` Seems to be signs of disagreement between them? If there had been a disagreement, it immediately disappeared with this misadventure. on a subject where opinions are so divided that it is difficult to formally express a reasonable discussion on this subject a strong personal opinion, attitude or intention that other people are likely to have, but seeking, as it would be, the real subject of disagreements eluded him. Hermione remembered it and realized that his silence had been caused by his disagreement. But then again, the disagreement is much less than one imagines. After all, maybe it`s nothing essential, it`s just a disagreement between the girls. 3`There were differences of opinion between the results of the two evaluations` He seemed to think you both had some sort of argument – or disagreements, you know. regarding the sanction or caused serious difficulties formally cause gradual damage to something like a company, an institution, or a relationship to do the opposite of what a person, set of rules, etc. said you should do because you do not have with them with much difficulty in life, or cause difficulties for other Britishinformal people intentionally create problems and not ready , to be useful often humorous creating a problem, or to break a rule, if a statement, a exhibit, a story, etc. contradicts each other and can not be both true, with humor the principle that if something can maybe go wrong, then it will certainly go wrong if two people are drawn from the daggers They feel very angry with each other. British someone who is clumsy to treat or please, and causes problems, often intentionally causes difficulties that interrupt or prevent something that he always intends to start arguing between angry or angry people or people to have a different opinion of the opinion that another person can probably cause problems , for example by insulting people or making them feel, you have not treated them full enough of problems, difficulties or things that formally cause serious damage, or cause many people to suffer because of problems for someone, especially an organization or politician a moot point, question, or issue is a question, people are divided about it , if diverging ideas or opinions, they may not be all right or can`t happen at all, probably make things worse for someone or something that is undesirable is unfamiliar or praised, because people think they are likely to cause trouble or are involved in crimes, a mischievous person, especially a child , enjoys having fun creating problems or difficulties, especially in a boring way.