Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом differ

Словосочетания со словом differ

bird of a different feather
A person who is free thinking and independent.
Syd won't go along with recent trends in grammar; he created his own. He is a bird of a different feather.
horse of a different color
horse of another color
Something altogether separate and different.
Anyone can be broke, but to steal is a horse of a different color.
Do you mean that the boy with that pretty girl is her brother? I thought he was her boyfriend. Well, that's a horse of another color.
make a difference
make the difference
To change the nature of something or a situation; be important; to affect; matter.
This idiom is often used with adjectives to show the degree of importance.
John's good score on the test made the difference between his passing or failing the course.
It doesn't make a bit of difference if you are late to my party. I just want you to come.
It makes a big difference to me whether he likes the food I serve.
Does it make any difference to you where we go for dinner?
No, it doesn't make any difference.
It makes no difference to Lisa either.
sing a different tune
whistle a different tune
sing a new tune
To talk or act in the opposite way; contradict something said before.
Charles said that all smokers should be expelled from the team but he sang a different tune after the coach caught him smoking.
split the difference
To settle a money disagreement by dividing the difference, each person giving up half.
Bob offered $25 for Bill's bicycle and Bill wanted $35; they split the difference.