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The Japanese Page Word of The Day - To Cross Each Other

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Word of the Day: June 07, 2018

食い違う

verb | くいちがう


MEANING: to cross each other; to clash; to differ

EXAMPLE SENTENCE:

会議では、社長と専務の意見が食い違った。

かいぎでは、しゃちょうとせんむのいけんがくいちがった。
At the meeting, the company president and managing director didn’t see eye to eye.

NOTES:
Literally, this means “to eat differently”; this could be referring to the “teeth” or cogs not lining up well in a gearbox.

VOCABULARY:

会議 【かいぎ】 meeting
社長 【しゃちょう】 (company) president
と and
専務 【せんむ】 managing director
意見 【いけん】 opinion; point of view

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