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lose your cool

to suddenly become very angry
stracić panowanie nad sobą
Becoming angry and expressing anger
Translations of “lose your cool”
in Russian терять самообладание…
in Turkish kontrolünü kaybetmek, kızmak, sinirlenmek…
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