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get/keep a grip on yourself

C1 to make an effort to control your emotions and behave more calmly: I just think he ought to get a grip on himself - he's behaving like a child.
Translations of “get/keep a grip on yourself”
in Chinese (Traditional) 控制自己的感情, 使自己鎮定下來…
in Chinese (Simplified) 控制自己的感情, 使自己镇定下来…
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