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Definition of freak-out in English:

noun

informal
A wildly irrational reaction or spell of behaviour.
Example sentences
  • And I try to keep my rare freak-outs to things that deserve an actual freak-out.
  • Gone are the digitized vocals, the streaming non sequitur lyrics, and the mid-song freak-outs - nothing left in place to obscure the meaning.
  • Yet nonetheless, the campaign against arcades was one of the most unqualified successes of 50 years of parental freak-outs.

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