verb (used without object), disagreed, disagreeing.
to fail to agree; differ: The conclusions disagree with the facts. The theories disagree in their basic premises.
to differ in opinion; dissent: Three of the judges disagreed with the verdict.
to quarrel: They disagreed violently and parted company.
to cause physical discomfort or ill effect (usually followed by with ): The oysters disagreed with her. Cold weather disagrees with me.

1425–75; late Middle English < Anglo-French, Middle French desagreer. See dis-1, agree

predisagree, verb (used without object), predisagreed, predisagreeing.
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disagree (ˌdɪsəˈɡriː)
vb (often foll by with) , -grees, -greeing, -greed
1.  to dissent in opinion (from another person) or dispute (about an idea, fact, etc)
2.  to fail to correspond; conflict
3.  to be unacceptable (to) or unfavourable (for); be incompatible (with): curry disagrees with me
4.  to be opposed (to) in principle

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Word Origin & History

late 15c., from M.Fr. désagréer (12c.), from dés- "dis-" + agréer (see agree).
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Example sentences
Then those of us who may disagree their opinion have the option of cutting up
  our cards and not doing business with them.
Scientists who disagree argue that much of the thickest ice had been piled up
  by winds far from the subs' tracks.
People on any website clamoring about how they disagree because what they see.
But many watermen disagree that their harvests are to blame, and say the
  problem is much more complex.
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