Emotion Idioms
Emotion Idioms
Emotion Idioms
Emotion Idioms
Emotion Idioms
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This idioms means - to suddenly look happy.
What is "Light up".
100

This idioms means, to smile a lot.

What is "To be all smiles".

100
This idioms means, to suddenly start to cry.
What is " Burst into tears".
100
This idioms means, to tell someone your secret thoughts and feelings.
What is "Bare your soul".
100
This idioms means, there are loud and happy sounds that come from a group of people when they are amused.
What is "Gales of Laughter".
200
This idioms means, to become very angry or unreasonable.
What is "Throw a tantrum".
200

This idioms means, to start to cry or laugh helplessly.

What is "Dissolve into tears/laughter".

200
This idioms means, to tell someone something that has been worrying you.
What is "Get something off your chest."
200
This idioms means, to show your feelings, especially your love for someone.
What is "Wear your heart on your sleeve."
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This idioms means, to stop being careful about showing your emotions.
What is "To lower your guard, drop your guard."
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This idioms means, to lose control of your emotions.
What is "Lose your head".
300

This idioms means, to become very angry.

What is "Lose your temper".

300
This idioms means, to become extremely upset.
What is "Go ballistic".
300
This idioms means, to get control over your emotions.
What is "Get a grip on yourself".
300
This idioms means, to try not to smile or laugh.
What is, "Keep a Straight Face".
400
Correct this sentence: When his computer crashed he "went into gales of laughter".
What is "When his computer crashed, he went ballistic."
400

Correct this sentence: There were gales of tears coming from the classroom.

What is "There were tears of laughter coming from the classroom".

400
Correct this sentence: She looked at the report and burst into hysteria.
What is: "She looked at the report and burst into tears".
400
Correct this sentence: Suddenly their faces just lit down.
What is: "Suddenly their faces just lit up".
400
Correct this sentence: He threw a ball in the supermarket.
What is, "He threw a tantrum in the supermarket."
500

This idioms means, to do or say something to get rid of strong emotions.

What is "Blow off steam or let off steam".

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Correct this sentence: They discussed into tears when they heard the news.
What is "They disolved into tears when they heard the news."
500
Correct this sentence: I couldn't keep a crazy face.
What is, "I couldn't keep a straight face".
500
Correct this sentence: She just had to get something off her head.
What is, "She just had to get something off her chest".
500

What does this idiom mean:  Don't go postal on me!

It means to go ballistic or crazy. This is a modern idiom.

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