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    'I can't agree with you less on that one'

    Please help!
    Does the above mean some one is in total disagreement with one? I know if it said 'I can't agree with you more' it means they are in total agreement with you.

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    Re: 'I can't agree with you less on that one'

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnes View Post
    Does the above mean some one is in total disagreement with one?
    Yes.

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