To lose it.
Idiomatic translations of "To lose it."
Meanings of "To lose it."
To become extremely angry or upset.
Most of the time it means losing one's temper.
It can also on rare occasion mean "I can't take anymore", "I'm going to start crying", or "I'm going to have a nervous breakdown."
I'm going to lose my temper = anger.
I'm going to lose it = anger OR loss of calmness or self-control over other negative emotions.
Perder el control de las emociones, especialmente al enfadarse o disgustarse. Perder los estribos.
"To lose it." in lyrics
I wanted to scream
I wasn't prepared to lose the vivid future yet, I tried to turn back myself
The noises from yesterday left vivid after images and I could't see by back any more