Hi. Could you help me out with a doubt?
Is the idiom "we are at extreme ends of a pole" correct?
Hi. There is an idiom at opposite poles = means having 2 different opinions.
I didn't hear of this idiom which you mentioned, before. But maybe somebody from our community did. Guys, can you comment below, if you did. Thank you!
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