do (one's) block

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do (one's) block

To become extremely and uncontrollably angry; to lose one's temper. Primarily heard in Australia. Her words just infuriated me so much that I did my block in the middle of the restaurant.
See also: block
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Those who sit just below the professional level do blocks of training on the track at the velodrome in Manchester.