get a grip : Idioms in English

get a grip

To calm down
Usage:
Take a deep breath and get a grip, Sam told himself. "You need to keep your wits about you."

get a grip in News

  1. The Recent Fugs and Fabs of Rihanna

    My imaginary friendship with Rihanna goes so much more smoothly when I don’t have to Get A Grip her about Chris Brown every fifteen minutes, which is why we’re getting along so well right now. Let’s take a look at what she’s been wearing around the UK this past week.
    on June 17, 2013 Source: Go Fug Yourself

  2. Nsa Surveillance Program Has Merit

    To the editor: For all the conspiracy folks who worry that their privacy is being compromised, get a grip. Nobody is trying to hide anything from you about the ongoing national security effort to track telephone calls. What's happening is all out there,
    on June 17, 2013 Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

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