Definition of 'blow a fuse'
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The poor guy's mind was so overloaded, he'd surely blow a fuse if he didn't lighten up soon. STAGE FRIGHT (1993)`The Colonel's going to blow a fuse when he finds out, especially if this reporter decides to pursue the story," she said. CODE BREAKER (1993)
I don't dare plug any other equipment into that suppressor or else I blow a fuse and out goes the power in my office. THE STAPLE STREET GANG: MANDY AND THE PURPLE SPOTTED HANKY (1993)
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