- v.不同，有异( differ的过去式和过去分词 ); 持异议;
Since his retirement, Crowe has differed with the President on several issues.
The two brothers differed about politics.
The two leaders had differed on the issue of sanctions.
The story he told police differed from the one he told his mother.
She differed from early realists as much as cubism from impressionism.
Many varieties existed which differed from one another in clear - cut ways.
Anyway , he thought, they were both tarred with the same brush, and differed only in degree.
Associations differed from one another in response to climatic differences within the region of the formation.
Myopic - and - left eye has differed now 100 degrees, how should do?
The output power differed from each other buffer gases were used.
I differed with him in the solution he offered.
The researchers found that growth rates differed significantly with dietary protein level.
I differed from [ . with ] him about [ over ] the severity of the crisis.
Our opinions coincided on some things, and differed on others.
The critic differed with the author on several facts.