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tear your hair out

If you tear your hair out over a problem, you are worrying a lot about it: She's been tearing her hair out over the final chapter of her novel for the last month.
Translations of “tear your hair out”
in Chinese (Traditional) (為…)焦慮…
in Chinese (Simplified) (为…)焦虑…
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