Idioms

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Idioms

see eye to eye

see eye to eye

Meaning:

  • to agree fully with someone
  • be in full agreement
  • to have the same views about something

Example:

  1. Though they work as a team, they often don’t see eye to eye on most issues.
  2. His father and he sees eye to eye on most things.
  3. He is looking for a new job as he does not see eye to eye with his manager.
  4. The ruling party and the opposition don’t see eye to eye on most things.
  5. Its good that you finally have a new team member who sees eye to eye with you on most things.
  6. The management and labour union saw eye to eye on the issue of employee safety.
  7. He and his partner don’t see eye to eye on their political views.
  8. They said they were ending the contract because they didn’t see eye to eye with their clients.

Origin:
This is an ancient phrase and a reference is found in the Bible.

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