HIT THE CEILING – An American Idiom Lesson

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Hit The Ceiling
What does the idiom, hit the ceiling mean?
When you hit the ceiling, you get very angry or upset at something or someone.

  • My boss hit the ceiling when Jack came to work late.
  • I am totally going to hit the ceiling if they cancel my flight.
  • How about you? Do you know anyone who has hit the ceiling recently??
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