New Idiom: “to be at odds”

To be “at odds” means to be in conflict or disagreement.

Two people are “at odds”

“Joan and Anna are at odds.”

One person is “at odds” with another.

“Joan is at odds with Anna.”

Two people are “at odds” over an issue.

“Joan and Anna are at odds over the way to organize the project.”

” Joan is at odds with Anna over the way to organize the project”

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