Blow off steam
Idiomatic translations of "Blow off steam"
Meanings of "Blow off steam"
Although this expression goes back to steam engine days when a relief valve would control excessive steam pressure. Today it means to blow off excessive energy or emotional excess like anger or boredom. When someone is kept idle too long, or feels encaged, entrapped they want to 'unwind', to blow off steam.
Children at recess are blowing off steam so they will be attentive in class.
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давать выход избытку энергии; дать выход чувствам; "выпустить пар"
"Blow off steam" in lyrics
Some people don't get it so I keep 'em in line
It's good to take a minute and take it all in
It's so important sometimes that I blow off steam
Got to get another sweater from my helicopter
The hard life used to wait for me in a dressing gown, rose petals from the bed up to the bath tub
The hotel cameras saw me take off like a black convertible
Long and grim like death row, my dressing room is where I blow off steam
Don’t touch the mic, you’re not doing shit, you rap like an asthmatic in a smoking room
I have already opened my wings
And I want to fly now
I feel that I will blow off steam
I am looking for a voice to talk [fn]I need to point out that he's looking for a voice for himself and not the voice of someone else[/fn]
With a dialect most men in science can't disect
Thoughts interwoven, and let us interlock
So now it's my thing to blow off steam and get my cream
Sum 41 get wild, I get frantic