excellent terms


excellent terms
very good relations, very good conditions

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • 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 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 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 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/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

  • terms — noun 1. status with respect to the relations between people or groups (Freq. 2) on good terms with her in laws on a friendly footing • Syn: ↑footing • Hypernyms: ↑status, ↑position …   Useful english dictionary

  • Excellent Teacher — England, Wales The Excellent Teacher (ET) scheme was introduced to provide additional career progression and financial reward to teachers meeting the Excellent Teacher Standards. The pay and conditions for ETs are set out in the School Teachers… …   Law dictionary

  • be on bad 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 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


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