bite (one's) head off

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bite (one's) head off

To respond to someone with anger that is often sudden or unprovoked. What's wrong with the boss today? I just tried to ask him a question, and he totally bit my head off!
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bite someone's head off

Fig. to speak sharply and with great anger to someone. (Fixed order.) Don't bite my head off! Be patient. I'm very sorry I lost my tempter. I didn't mean to bite your head off.
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bite (someone's) head off

To respond to a comment in an angry or reproachful way.
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You can also leap on top of them and either bite their heads off, or pick them up and chuck them at their cohorts.
Brown of Downing Street, who's been buying them up so he can bite their heads off.