Definitions and Examples of conflict, oppose, disagree
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
A serious disagreement or argument, often leading to a prolonged struggle or hostility.
The two countries were in conflict over the disputed territory.
To be against or resist something, often due to differences in opinion or interest.
The workers opposed the new policy because it would reduce their benefits.
To have a different opinion or belief from someone else; to not be in agreement.
I disagree with your assessment of the situation.
Key Differences: conflict vs oppose vs disagree
- 1Conflict implies a serious and prolonged struggle or hostility between two parties.
- 2Oppose suggests active resistance or opposition to an idea, policy, or action.
- 3Disagree is a more general term that describes a difference in opinion or belief.
Effective Usage of conflict, oppose, disagree
- 1Express Differences: Use oppose and disagree to express differences in opinion or belief.
- 2Describe Hostility: Use conflict to describe a serious and prolonged struggle or hostility between two parties.
- 3Negotiate Solutions: Use conciliar to describe efforts to reconcile differences and find common ground.
The antonyms of conciliar are conflict, oppose, and disagree. These words convey a sense of disagreement or opposition to an idea, opinion, or action. Use these words to express differences, describe hostility, or negotiate solutions.