Definition of on —— terms in English:

on —— terms

In a specified relation or on a specified footing: we are all on friendly terms
More example sentences
  • I expect a good welcome back because I was always on friendly terms with the fans.
  • Those who had left, left on friendly terms and most were still in contact with him.
  • She was a top class neighbour and friend who was on good terms with everyone.
Synonyms
in a … relationship (with), having … relations (with), on a … footing (with)
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