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Blow a fuse


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To become very angry and shout or behave in a violent way.
If you blow a fuse, you suddenly lose your temper and become very angry and quarrel.


Sample Usage

The Boss blew a fuse today when he discovered that his personal file had been stolen.
The politician blow a fuse if he finds the opposite party minister in this function.
Dad blew a fuse when I told him I had failed in the exam.


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