Definition of fly into a rage or temper in English:

fly into a rage (or temper)

Become suddenly or violently angry.
More example sentences
  • I have met men who can fix a broken kettle or a toaster without flying into a temper and shouting at the kids.
  • If everything was not perfect he could fly into a rage.
  • She suspected her mother would fly into a rage if she asked her this question.
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