English version

in a lather

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin a latherin a lathervery worried, upset, or excited He was in a lather of anticipation. lather
Examples from the Corpus
in a latherThe till jangled like a fire alarm, and Croughton the pot-bellied potman was already in a lather.He arrived out of breath and in a lather.
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