English Idiom – See eye to eye.
Meaning – To agree with someone about something – or in general. This expression is used when people completely agree with each other or have the same opinion as each other.
This expression is often used in a negative way. “Jack doesn’t see eye to eye with his manager.”
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When could you use this idiom?
- You are talking about two people who disagree with each other about something.
- When discussing an employee who often disagrees with his or her manager.
- Discussing two people that regularly argue.
- “Please don’t discuss politics with my brother. We don’t see eye to eye on much these days and I don’t want to start a fight!”
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What is an idiom?
An idiom is a word or phrase that is not taken literally. An idiom is an expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of its individual words, but has a separate meaning of its own.
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