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take (something) out on (someone or something)
to direct one's anger or fear onto someone or something
The woman often takes her anger out on her husband.
  • take (something) on the chin
  • take (something) personally
  • take (something) the wrong way
  • take (something) to heart
  • take (something) to one's grave
  • take (something) to the bank
  • take (something) up with (someone)
  • put (something) down to (something)
  • jazz up (something)
  • feel like a new person
  • do one`s bit
  • stay in
  • hard of hearing
  • break fresh/new ground
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