Ответ в теме: English idioms

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№39 to lose one’s temper — to lose control of oneself in a moment of anger; to get angry or impatient
1. She frowned. “I shall lose my temper. You’ll make me lose my temper. Why do you hide so much from me?” (J. Wain)
2. He did not propose to lose his temper, but merely to be persistent and agreeable, and by a few questions bring a mild under¬ standing of some sort. (Th. Dreiser)
3. He had an exasperating sense of discomfiture, and added to it the wretched suspicion that he had behaved badly in losing his temper while she had so admirably controlled hers. (A. Cronin)