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to lose one's cool

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  • lose one's cool — (informal) To become flustered • • • Main Entry: ↑cool …   Useful english dictionary

  • lose one's cool — ► keep (or lose) one s cool informal maintain (or fail to maintain) a calm and controlled attitude. Main Entry: ↑cool …   English terms dictionary

  • lose one’s cool — tv. to lose control; to lose one’s temper. (Compare this with keep one’s cool.) □ Now, don’t lose your cool. Relax. □ I’m trying not to lose my cool, but it’s hard …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • lose one's cool — vb to lose one s composure or one s temper. A phrase from the 1950s American hip vocabulary, usually heard in the form of an admonition. It was adopted in Britain, first by jazz fans and then beatniks, in the late 1950s. ► Try not to lose your… …   Contemporary slang

  • keep (or lose) one's cool — informal maintain (or fail to maintain) a calm and controlled attitude. → cool …   English new terms dictionary

  • lose one's head — LOSE CONTROL, lose one s composure, lose one s equilibrium, go to pieces; panic, get flustered, get confused, get hysterical; informal lose one s cool, freak out, crack up; Brit. informal go into a (flat) spin, throw a wobbly. → head * * * lose… …   Useful english dictionary

  • lose one's head — you cannot lose your head in the courtroom Syn: lose control, lose one s composure, lose one s equilibrium, go to pieces; panic, get flustered, get confused, get hysterical; informal lose one s cool, freak out, crack up …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • lose one's rag — vb British to lose one s temper, lose control of oneself. This mainly working class expression is of obscure origin; the word rag has meant variously one s tongue, a flag, to tease and to bluster or rage, but none of these senses can be… …   Contemporary slang

  • lose one's temper — verb to be explosively angry. To get very cross. When my dad found out I had failed the exams, he completely lost his temper. Syn: blow ones top, go ape, go apeshit, hit the roof, hit the ceiling …   Wiktionary

  • blow one's cool — {v. phr.}, {slang}, {informal} To lose your composure or self control. * /Whatever you say to the judge in court, make sure that you don t blow your cool./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • blow one's cool — {v. phr.}, {slang}, {informal} To lose your composure or self control. * /Whatever you say to the judge in court, make sure that you don t blow your cool./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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