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Don’t take it out on me

2019.01.09

Meaning:

‘to take something out on someone’ means ‘to put your bad mood on someone else’. We most often use this to people who are angry. For example, if my friend is angry because he is losing a golf game, maybe he will yell at or say some rude things to me. So I could reply, ‘I know you’re having a bad day, but don’t take it out on me.’

Example:

A: Can you stop breathing so loudly?
B: What are you talking about?
A: Your breathing! And stop scratching your arm too! It’s so annoying!
B: Hey, calm down. I know you’re really stressed today, but don’t take it out on me.

Talking Point(s):

Do you ever take your anger or bad mood out on other
people?

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