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Freak Out


Freak Out - to become nervous; to be upset; to become angry; to become afraid

  • There are many people freaking out because of the virus.
  • We freaked out when we got our credit card bill. It was very high.
  • My mother freaked out when she saw the mess on the floor when she came home.
  • My wife is going to freak out, because I lost my job.
  • I failed my exam. My parents are going to freak out.
  • My car broke out I am freaking out.

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Fair And Square

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