bad blood betweenMeaning: 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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Fiona Mackenzie writes on 13th January 2018
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.
Thanks for commenting.The Idioms Team
Manas Jyoti Boro writes on 13th November 2017
The meaning is Not same as the meaning given by my teacher he said that it is I’ll feeling.
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