be on good/bad/excellent terms with sb


be on good/bad/excellent terms with sb
be on good/bad/excellent terms (with sb)
to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »

He's on excellent terms with all of the sales staff.

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Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • be on good/bad/excellent terms — (with sb) ► to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »He s on excellent terms with all of the sales staff. Main Entry: ↑term …   Financial and business terms

  • be on bad/excellent terms with sb — be on good/bad/excellent terms (with sb) ► to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »He s on excellent terms with all of the sales staff. Main Entry: ↑term …   Financial and business terms

  • be on bad/excellent terms — be on good/bad/excellent terms (with sb) ► to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »He s on excellent terms with all of the sales staff. Main Entry: ↑term …   Financial and business terms

  • be on excellent terms with sb — be on good/bad/excellent terms (with sb) ► to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »He s on excellent terms with all of the sales staff. Main Entry: ↑term …   Financial and business terms

  • be on bad terms with sb — be on good/bad/excellent terms (with sb) ► to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »He s on excellent terms with all of the sales staff. Main Entry: ↑term …   Financial and business terms

  • be on excellent terms — be on good/bad/excellent terms (with sb) ► to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »He s on excellent terms with all of the sales staff. Main Entry: ↑term …   Financial and business terms

  • be on good terms with sb — be on good/bad/excellent terms (with sb) ► to have a good, etc. relationship with sb: »He s on excellent terms with all of the sales staff. Main Entry: ↑term …   Financial and business terms

  • (be) on bad terms (with somebody) — be on good, friendly, bad, etc. ˈterms (with sb) idiom to have a good, friendly, etc. relationship with sb • I had no idea that you and he were on such intimate terms (= were such close friends). • He is still on excellent terms with his ex wife …   Useful english dictionary

  • (be) on good terms (with somebody) — be on good, friendly, bad, etc. ˈterms (with sb) idiom to have a good, friendly, etc. relationship with sb • I had no idea that you and he were on such intimate terms (= were such close friends). • He is still on excellent terms with his ex wife …   Useful english dictionary

  • (be) on friendly terms (with somebody) — be on good, friendly, bad, etc. ˈterms (with sb) idiom to have a good, friendly, etc. relationship with sb • I had no idea that you and he were on such intimate terms (= were such close friends). • He is still on excellent terms with his ex wife …   Useful english dictionary


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