be on bad terms (with someone)(redirected from was on bad terms)
be on bad terms (with someone)
To be in a state of utter disagreement, dislike, or contempt with someone. My ex-husband and I wanted to part amicably, but ever since the divorce started, we have been on really bad terms. I'm on bad terms with Stephanie ever since that argument.
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be on good, bad, friendly, etc. ˈterms (with somebody)have a good, bad, friendly, etc. relationship with somebody: He’s not on very good terms with his wife’s family. ♢ I’m on first-name terms with my boss now (= we call each other by our first names).
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