to do something on ones own terms

hi all,Bit engrossed in company development activities hence unable to be here for quite some time.The phrase given above means to do some work / action / activity with certain predetermined terms & conditions that suits the subject of the event. Here in place of `to` we use subject (noun or pronoun). In place of `do` we use appropriate form of the verb. In place of ones we use `her, his, your, my,their, our etc.Example - he lived his life on his own terms. This means that he decided how to live life and lived as per the terms and conditions (rules) in his own mind and not as per the terms of other people.Hope this proves to be useful. Learn English on your own terms :-)Keep using phrases and idioms in your day today conversation.sunil

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