do one's nut

do one's nut
do one's nut Brit. informal be extremely angry or agitated.
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  • off one's nut — See: OFF ONE S HEAD …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • off one's nut — See: OFF ONE S HEAD …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • do one's nut — (informal) BE VERY ANGRY, be furious, lose one s temper, go into a rage; informal go mad, go crazy, go wild, go bananas, have a fit, blow one s top, hit the roof, go off the deep end, go ape, flip, lose one s rag; Brit. informal go spare. → nut * …   Useful english dictionary

  • off one's nut — (informal).See mad sense 1. → nut * * * phrasal : crazy we re all rude to each other and if we weren t we d go off our nuts H.E.Bates * * * off one s nut (informal) Mentally unhinged, crazy …   Useful english dictionary

  • do one's nut Brit. — do one s nut Brit. informal be extremely angry or agitated. → nut …   English new terms dictionary

  • off one’s nut — 1. mod. crazy; out of one’s head. □ Shut up! You’re off your nut! □ Don’t pay any attention to her. She’s off her nut. 2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. □ Those guys are really off their nuts! □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • do one's nut — vb to lose control, to become furious. Orig inally working class alternatives for to lose one s head or to blow one s top , all in use in Britain and Australia; the more colourful second, third, fourth and fifth variants are currently in vogue… …   Contemporary slang

  • do one's nut — verb To become stridently angry, especially from worry. Mum did her nut after we stayed out all night without calling her. Syn: blow ones top, have a fit, throw a fit …   Wiktionary

  • do one's nut — Vrb phrs. To be very angry, to throw a tantrum, to get emotionally upset. E.g. The work was piling up, he couldn t do it all by himself but the boss was doing his nut …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • off one's nut — adj mad, crazy. These phrases are all elabo rations of the well established colloquial ism, off one s head (heard since the mid 19th century). The terms are some times extended to mean intoxicated by drugs or drink, more usually denoted by… …   Contemporary slang

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