1 definition by WordJunkie

What someone says when they want to end an argument, essentially concluding that both parties think they are right and that they will get nowhere in arguing.
Guy: It doesn't matter what a judge's background or opinion is when he/she is making a decision.
Girl: But what they believe has a huge effect on the verdict; nothing is objective!
Guy: But to be a judge you must be impartial.
Girl: Aaaah, you just don't get it.
Guy: Can't we just agree to disagree? This argument is really petty. We both seem to be set in our argument.
作者 WordJunkie 2009年5月16日

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