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Translation of "lose your head" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

lose your head

informal
to lose control and not act in a calm way 失去理智;情緒失控 He usually stays quite calm in meetings but this time he just lost his head. 開會時他通常都很冷靜,但這次他卻很衝動。 Becoming angry and expressing anger
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