have a cow : Idioms in English

have a cow

To be extremely upset about something
Usage:
Fran was worried that when her boss found out about the lost account, he would have a cow.

have a cow in News

  • Tweet Makes It Into The Oxford English Dictionary

    Michael Harper for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online After seven years of short 140-character bursts, memes and punchline hashtags, the term “ tweet ” has officially become a real word in the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). Tweet can now correctly be used as either a noun or a verb (as in “Send me a tweet” or “Let me tweet that”) and joins the 54 year-old slang term “to have a cow.” This ...
    on June 17, 2013 Source: redOrbit

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