1. Be up in arms: if you are up in arms about something, you are very angry. (ஒரு விசயத்தின் மீது கோபப்
E. g. The population was up in arms over the demolition of the old theatre.
2. Bite head off: if you bite someone's head off, you criticize them strongly (and perhaps unfairly).
E. g. I worked 10 hours a day all week and my boss bit my head off for not doing my share of the work!
3. Blow a fuse: if you blow a fuse, you suddenly lose your temper and become very angry.
E. g. Charlie blew a fuse yesterday then he discovered that his ipod had been stolen.
4. Cheesed off: if someone is cheesed off with something, they are annoyed, bored or frustrated.
E. g. Jenny is absolutely cheesed off with her job.
5. Cut it out!: If you say 'cut it out' to someone, you are telling them to stop doing something.
E. g. I've had enough of your insinuations, so just cut it out!
6. Fit to be tied: Someone who is fit to be tied is extremely irritated, upset or angry.
E. g. Harry was fit to be tied when his dog dug up the flowers he had planted.
7. Get a rise out of: if you make someone react angrily by jokingly saying something that you know will irritate them, you get a rise out of them.
E. g. He gets a rise out of his daughter by asking her about her latest diet.
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