get a grip
  1. (idiomatic, mostly, imperative) To relax; to calm down; to stop being angry; to come to one's senses or become more rational.
    He needs to get a grip if he's getting that angry over such a little thing.
  • German: reiß dich zusammen
  • Italian: datti una calmata
  • Portuguese: se liga, cai na real
  • Russian: взять себя́ в руки
  • Spanish: controlarse

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