Have mixed feelings (about something) Verb + object/complement informal
To have both positive and negative feelings at the same time and be uncertain about something.
I have mixed feelings about my trip to Japan. I'm impressed by the people, but the food disappoints me.
She had mixed feelings about her marriage. On the one hand, she married a wealthy man. On the other hand, she had to live with his stepchild.
Jane has mixed feelings about the new manager. He's kind to clients but nasty to employees.
The verb "have" should be conjugated according to its tense.
If you are really thankful, what do you do? You share.
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Said when someone feels happy or surprised as something good has occured
During the course, he was an incompetent student, however, he managed to pass the exam with good results. Wonders will never cease!