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    #1

    put someone over the edge

    Hi,
    "to put someone over the edge"
    Could anyone tell me what does it mean?
    Thanks a lot.


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    #2

    Re: put someone over the edge

    I've usually seen this as "push someone over the edge". It means that someone has bullied/nagged/argued to the point that the other person cannot take any more and loses their temper or does something unexpected.

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