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    flew off

    He flew off the handle.


    What does `flew off' mean in this sentence?

    Could anyone explain it, please?

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    Re: flew off

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    He flew off the handle.


    What does `flew off' mean in this sentence?

    Could anyone explain it, please?
    "Flew off the handle" is an idiom. It means: He lost his temper.


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    Re: flew off

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    "Flew off the handle" is an idiom. It means: He lost his temper.
    to blow your stack

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    Re: flew off

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    to blow your stack
    Don't blow your stack = Don't flew your handle

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