berko

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00:56 Oct 23, 2020
English to Dutch translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Journalism
Additional field(s): General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters, Slang
English term or phrase: berko
Definition from Lexico:
Out of control with anger or excitement

Example sentence(s):
  • Be Warned: Angry Customers Going Berko! bandt
  • No longer afraid to come out of the locker: going berko for burkinis overland
  • Paul Keating said Australia's security agencies went 'berko' after former journalist John Garnaut helped write a classified ASIO report on China MailOnline
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3door het lint
Gerard de Noord


  

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door het lint


Definition from Wikipedia:
Door het lint gaan.
Door woede je emoties niet (meer) onder controle kunnen houden.

Example sentence(s):
  • De een gaat compleet door het lint, de ander kan zijn woede controleren. Hoe kan dat? - Trouw  
  • Klant gaat door het lint omdat hij mondmasker moet dragen in ijssalon: “Zijn kindjes stonden doodleuk naast hem” - Het Laatste Nieuws  

Explanation:
De zelfbeheersing verliezen.
Gerard de Noord
France
Local time: 21:38
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 3
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