get a grip definition

  • verb:
    • To relax; to settle down; to get rid of becoming angry; to get to one's senses or be much more logical.
    • To relax; to calm down; to prevent becoming crazy; to come quickly to one's sensory faculties or be much more logical.
    • To relax; to relax; to avoid being enraged; to come calmly to one's sensory faculties or are more logical.
    • To relax; to relax; to end being crazy; to get to a person's sensory faculties or be a little more logical.
    • To flake out; to relax; to quit being crazy; to come quickly to your sensory faculties or be a little more logical.
    • To relax; to settle down; to quit becoming enraged; to come to a person's senses or be logical.
    • To flake out; to calm down; to get rid of being frustrated; to come calmly to one's senses or become more rational.
    • To unwind; to relax; to end being furious; to come quickly to an individual's senses or be a little more logical.

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