bad blood between

bad blood between
Meaning: feeling of hate between people because of any arguments in the past.
Example: The villagers say the arson attack may have been the result of bad blood between the two families.

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Manas Jyoti Boro – Hi, sorry taking so long getting back to you. If your teacher said it means ILL FEELING (check your spelling) then that is basically the same definition. A feeling of hate can also be described as ill feeling.

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- Fiona Mackenzie January 13, 2018

The meaning is Not same as the meaning given by my teacher he said that it is I’ll feeling.

- Manas Jyoti Boro November 13, 2017

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