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British pronunciation/dˈuː wˈɒnz nˈʌt/
American pronunciation/dˈuː wˈʌnz nˈʌt/
to do one's nut
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to become really angry in a way that causes one to act uncontrollably

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to [do] {one's} nut definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "do one's nut" and when to use it?

The phrase "do one's nut" is used to describe someone getting extremely angry or frustrated. Its origin is uncertain, but it likely emerged in informal language and refers to someone's intense emotional reaction. It is often employed to describe individuals who have reached a breaking point, where their emotions become overwhelming and they may temporarily lose control. This phrase is typically used in informal conversations or casual settings, emphasizing a sense of exasperation or being pushed to the limit.

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Yesterday, he did his nut when he discovered that his car had been towed without any warning.
Whenever he sees people littering, he does his nut and starts lecturing them about environmental responsibility.
If they cancel the concert at the last minute, he will do his nut and demand a refund.
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