to see eye to eye

Idiom

To see eye to eye

Definition

To have the same opinion or view on a subject.

Examples

My parents and I finally saw eye to eye on the issue of my college major.

The two sides of the negotiation were unable to see eye to eye so they had to agree to disagree.

Origin

Early 19th century; attributed to an earlier English proverb, ‘to look each other in the face’.

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