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have a short temper/fuse

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a short temper/fusehave a short temper/fuseBAD-TEMPEREDto get angry very easily Mr Yanto, who had a very short fuse, told her to get out. short
Examples from the Corpus
have a short temper/fuseGirls today sure have short fuses.Mrs Popple had long been known to have a short temper.
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