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get a grip

Definition of get a grip in English:

[usually in imperative] informal Keep or recover one’s self-control: get a grip, guys!
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  • Before you talk about ghost towns, you guys need to get a grip.
  • Then I thought, this guy is a heavyweight cultural icon, better get a grip and make an effort to take it seriously.
  • But he got a grip in time for the post-match photos.
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