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bad blood

noun [U] uk   us  
feelings of hate between people because of arguments in the past: There has been bad blood between the two families for years.
Translations of “bad blood”
in Chinese (Traditional) 感情不和, 嫌隙,仇恨…
in Russian враждебность…
in Turkish kan davası, husumet, kin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感情不和, 恶感,仇恨…
in Polish wrogość, animozje…
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