- at loggerheads
- having a quarrel, opposing each other
We have been at loggerheads over their plans to build a new office complex.
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loggerheads — log|ger|heads [ˈlɔgəhedz US ˈlo:gər , ˈla: ] n [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: loggerhead stupid person, large head, type of heavy tool (16 20 centuries), from logger block of wood (16 18 centuries) (probably from LOG1) + head] be at loggerheads (with… … Dictionary of contemporary English
loggerheads — [[t]lɒ̱gə(r)hed, AM lɔ͟ːg [/t]] PHRASE: usu v link PHR, oft PHR with n If two or more people or groups are at loggerheads, they disagree very strongly with each other. For months dentists and the health department have been at loggerheads over… … English dictionary
loggerheads — noun be at loggerheads (with sb) if two people or groups are at loggerheads, they disagree very strongly: Clare s at loggerheads with her boss over the new working hours … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
loggerheads — n. at loggerheads with ( in disagreement with ) * * * at loggerheads with ( in disagreement with ) … Combinatory dictionary