Sometimes the dissenting opinion is referred to as “the dissent”.
Majority Opinion and Concurring Opinion
The majority opinion is the decision written by a majority of the justices on the panel. A concurring opinion agrees with the result of the majority but for different or additional reasons.
In their dissent, Justice Lee and Justice Gupta argued that the majority was not correctly interpreting the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution.
In plain language to dissent means to disagree.