blow (one's) cool

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blow (one's) cool

To lose control of one's composure, temper, or nerve in a given situation. He really blew his cool when the waiter dropped his food. I really blew my cool during the interview.
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blow one's cool

see under keep one's cool.
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blow your cool

lose your composure; become angry or agitated. informal
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blow one’s cool

tv. to become angry. I almost blew my cool when the dog wet my pants leg.
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blow (one's) cool

Slang
To lose one's composure.
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Caption: OUTBURST--The appointed governor of the city of Golpayegan, Hossain Ferasat (center), blew his cool last week while visiting a construction project.
Instead the world No.1 blew his cool as he raged with himself for dropping shots that cost him the title of pacesetter.
Viduka blew his cool when he claimed to have been elbowed in the face by Keown.
WORLD champion Nigel Benn blew his cool yesterday after a jibe about England's sporting prowess hit a raw nerve.
But Soryan blew his cool in the quarterfinals, head-butting his Azerbaijani opponent.
Elton, famous for his tantrums, blew his cool at the gig and also ranted that he hated the music industry.