Definition of bad blood in English:

bad blood

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noun

[mass noun]
Ill feeling: there has always been bad blood between these families
More example sentences
  • There has been so much bad blood in my family, but I just thought ‘I am not going to get involved in that’ so I hugged him.
  • There was bad blood there already - little John and Peter had been feuding since their first year of school - and pretty soon a turf war broke out.
  • There's a lot of bad blood - there's a lot of bad blood on both sides and it hasn't dissipated.

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