Idiom: See eye to eye


See eye to eye = to agree with someone about something

It’s often used in the negative form:  to not see eye to eye about something.

Here are some more examples:

  • My mom and I don’t see eye to eye on politics so we discuss other things.
  • Happiness is seeing eye to eye with your wife about how to spend money.
  • Bill’s secretary didn’t see eye to eye with him about her salary so she quit.

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Do you see eye to eye with your parents? Your friends? Who is the last person that you didn’t see eye to eye with and why?

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2 thoughts on “Idiom: See eye to eye

  1. Lluís València Antón

    I think is normal don’t see eye to eye with some people, because is impossible to be agree with everybody. In the world there are a lot of kind of people.

    1. Nicole Post author

      Yes, you are right. It’s impossible to see eye to eye with everyone. I’ve seen a lot of different kinds of people too! Cheers.


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