be unlike; be distinguishable
disagree; have another opinion
"These two tests differ in only one respect"
"I beg to differ!"
"She disagrees with her husband on many questions"
That thin clear quenchless lucidity which alone differed him from this bear.
出自： W. Faulkner
She differs from her brother in character.
Dogs differ from wolves in shape.
I think that the desk in the shop differs from the one I have at home.
He wants to know how a cafeteria differs from a restaurant.
A cap differs from a hat.
This cloth differs from that in price.
Modern bicycles differ from the early ones in many major ways.
French differs from English in having gender for all nouns.
The two theories differ from each other in many ways.
这两种理论彼此间的不同是多方面的。 differ from sb in/on sth
He often differs from me in opinion.
I beg to differ from you on the opinion.
I must differ from you on the matter.
I have to differ from you on the question of cost.
I am sorry to differ from you on that question.
These bags differ in size, but not in shape.
The two brothers differ in their judgment of this piece of music.
One's opinion tends to differ in accordance with one's standpoint.
The two brothers differed about politics.
We differ about〔on〕 moral standards.
I must differ with your opinion on the matter.