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    help****?

    what does freakout means
    thanks


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    #2

    Re: help****?

    Freakout means a loss of control of emotions.

    It's most commonly used as a verb: Stacey freaked out when she learned that she was fired from her job. (Stacey was angry and crying and went a little bit crazy.)

    It might also be used as a noun, but I can't come up with an example (I must need more coffee).

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    Re: help****?

    In addition to Stacey's examples, it can also be used transitively:
    Stacey freaked me out when she started screaming at me.

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    Re: help****?

    Ahhhhh.....Freak Out! YouTube - Chic - Le Freak


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    Re: help****?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    In addition to Stacey's examples, it can also be used transitively:
    Stacey freaked me out when she started screaming at me.
    tell me is this correct
    If mark see you doing that he will freak out

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    #6

    Re: help****?

    If Mark sees you doing that, he will freak out.

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