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to be friendly with somebody

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  • be mixed up with somebody — be/get mixed ˈup with sb idiom to be/become friendly with or involved with sb that other people do not approve of • He got mixed up with a crowd who were into drugs and crime. Main entry: ↑mixidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • get mixed up with somebody — be/get mixed ˈup with sb idiom to be/become friendly with or involved with sb that other people do not approve of • He got mixed up with a crowd who were into drugs and crime. Main entry: ↑mixidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • be well in with somebody — be (well) ˈin with sb idiom (informal) to be (very) friendly with sb, and likely to get an advantage from the friendship Main entry: ↑inidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • hit it off (with somebody) — hit it ˈoff (with sb) idiom (informal) to have a good friendly relationship with sb • We hit it off straight away. Main entry: ↑hitidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • fall out with somebody — ˌfall ˈout (with sb) derived (BrE) to have an argument with sb so that you are no longer friendly with them Main entry: ↑fallderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • take up with somebody — ˌtake ˈup with sb derived (informal) to begin to be friendly with sb, especially sb with a bad reputation Main entry: ↑takederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • get in with somebody — ˌget ˈin with sb derived (informal) to become friendly with sb, especially in order to gain an advantage Main entry: ↑getderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • in with somebody — be (well) ˈin with sb idiom (informal) to be (very) friendly with sb, and likely to get an advantage from the friendship Main entry: ↑inidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • be in with somebody — be (well) ˈin with sb idiom (informal) to be (very) friendly with sb, and likely to get an advantage from the friendship Main entry: ↑inidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep in with somebody — ˌkeep ˈin with sb derived (BrE, informal) to make sure that you stay friendly with sb, because you will get an advantage from doing so Main entry: ↑keepderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • (be) on friendly terms (with somebody) — be on good, friendly, bad, etc. ˈterms (with sb) idiom to have a good, friendly, etc. relationship with sb • I had no idea that you and he were on such intimate terms (= were such close friends). • He is still on excellent terms with his ex wife …   Useful english dictionary

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