lose your temper Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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Meaning of "lose your temper" - American English Dictionary

lose your temper

(also lose your cool/lose it)
to become very angry: Michelle wanted everybody to like her so much that she just lost it if someone got mad at her. When I feel like I'm about to lose my cool, I just leave the room.
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