you've poisoned me againt her

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jctgf

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Hi,

Does this sentence make sense in English, please?

'A' likes to tell 'B' bad things about 'C'.

'B' considers 'C' a good person but he's getting influenced by what 'A' says.

'B' is starting to see 'C' differently because of 'A'.

Can 'B' say:

"Please, stop talking about 'C'. You're poisoning me against her." ?

If no, is there a verb that could be used instead of "poison"?

Thanks.
 

bhaisahab

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Hi,

Does this sentence make sense in English, please?

'A' likes to tell 'B' bad things about 'C'.

'B' considers 'C' a good person but he's getting influenced by what 'A' says.

'B' is starting to see 'C' differently because of 'A'.

Can 'B' say:

"Please, stop talking about 'C'. You're poisoning me against her." ?

If no, is there a verb that could be used instead of "poison"?

Thanks.

It's fine.
 
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