lose your head
This page is about the idiom lose your head.
Meaning: If you lose your head, you become very angry about something.
- When some people at the hospital said they wouldn't help my injured friend because he didn't have his ID card, I lost my head and shouted, "What's wrong with you people? He's dying!"
- If you're in a government office and an official is making life difficult for you, try not to lose your head. It won't help if you shout at them.
We were all surprised when Tracey suddenly lost her head and
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Contributor: Matt Errey