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English Idioms For "Anger" 1

  • What The Hell - means what is going on; angry about what is happening
  • What the hell! What is going on here? I can't believe, what is happening outside.

  • Fly Off The Handle – someone that is upset; angry
  • My sister is going to fly off the handle, when I tell her I lost her phone.

  • Hit The Roof – to become very very angry
  • I hit the roof, when I saw my daughter's phone bill.

  • Go Ballistic – to become so angry you can not control yourself
  • My sister went ballistic, when her house went on fire.

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