Dear members,

Does anyone know if there are some on line dictionaries of English collocations?

Do we say "to be in bad terms" or "to be on bad terms"

Many thanks,

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It is to be on bad terms. I'm sorry, I don't have any online dictionary of collocations.
Hi Hela

You'll find one [url=http://www.answers.com/library/Idioms ]here.[/url] Just type in terms and you'll get the right answer to your question.

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Thank you ,CB Emotion: smile If ever you find another one, please let me know.

All the best
It is correct to say to be "on good terms"
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Wow, this site is brilliant, thanks a lot for the link! Greatly appreciated Emotion: smile
We say "to be on bad terms with someone".
maybe this one could help you

Oxford Collocations

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