English version

give vent to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive vent to somethinggive vent to somethingformal to do something violent or harmful to express feelings of anger, hatred etc Children give vent to their anger in various ways. He knew that if he gave full vent to his feelings, it would upset Joanna. vent
Examples from the Corpus
full ventOnce we were arrived in the inner bailey Benjamin gave full vent to his feelings.Cooper was booked instead after the Motherwell player gave full vent to his feelings about that decision.
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