be in/get into a lather Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of "be in/get into a lather" - English Dictionary

be in/get into a lather

informal
to be or become very worried or nervous about something: She was in a lather when I left because she couldn't find her ticket. It's not worth getting into a lather over.
(Definition of be in/get into a lather from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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