Amanda & Daisy: A Friend in Need?
Episode 7: Daisy Plays Big Sister
Daisy: Listen, Amanda ... I know Johnny still really likes you. Don't freak out about it!
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Meaning: If you freak out, you become very upset, excited, angry or crazy about something.
Grammar: This phrasal verb cannot be separated from its particle. If you want to use a pronoun, it must go between the verb and the particle.
She freaked out.
That scary film freaked Sarah out.
That scary film freaked her out.
That scary film freaked out Sarah.
That scary film freaked out her.
Example sentence: My flatmate freaked out when she got a strange phone call at 2 o'clock in the morning.
Synonyms: be upset, be distressed, be angry, be out of control, be uncontrolled, be / go wild, be / get hysterical