English version

be beside yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe beside yourselfbe beside yourselfANGRYto be feeling so angry, excited etc that you find it difficult to control yourself The poor girl was almost beside herself.be beside yourself with anger/excitement/rage etc Mom and Dad will be beside themselves with worry. beside
Examples from the Corpus
be beside yourselfI thought it was outrageous, and Clarisa was beside herself.I was beside myself with joy and excitement.Many observers believe that Kiley and Livingstone should be beside themselves with joy at the major concessions they have won.She was beside herself with grief.The boy was beside himself with agitation.They had been publicly assaulted and humiliated in front of a crowd of people and were beside themselves with rage.When he found that his theory exactly predicted the path of Mercury, he was beside himself with happiness for days.When the Republicans tried to eliminate some of the things I felt proudest about, I was beside myself about it.
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