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Meaning: to become angry or excited about something.
Example: The boss had a cow when he saw the mess they had made. Read more ➺
Meaning: to self-reference someone who is in a bad mood and ready to fight.
Example: During the invasion, the soldiers were full of piss and vinegar, and therefore they went straight into the front lines. Read more ➺
Meaning: to get angry quickly.
Example: He has a short fuse. He loses his temper for things that don't provoke others to high levels of angry emotion. Read more ➺
Meaning: to become angry.
Example: John's flight was canceled, and he got bent out of shape. Read more ➺
Meaning: to have ill feelings towards someone
Meaning: become very angry or act crazy
Meaning: experience sudden anger
Example: Jake's parents are going to hit the roof when they see the damage he's done to their car. Read more ➺
Meaning: out of favour
Example: Maria remains in his bad books after the argument between both. Read more ➺
Meaning: To lose one's temper and get angry for seemingly no reason (does not usually refer to situations that would warrant an emotional response).
Example: I was so happy to find a parking spot and get out of the store when Jim came flying off the handle and yelled at me in front of everyone in line. Read more ➺
Meaning: to threaten someone, but not take action or follow through with threats
Example: "I haven't finished my maths homework. You know what Mr Peterson is like, he'll shout so loud they will hear him in the next town."
"Yes, but barking dogs seldom bite. It's just his way." Read more ➺