English version

put the wind up somebody/get the wind up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput the wind up somebody/get the wind upput the wind up somebody/get the wind upBritish English informalFRIGHTENED if you put the wind up someone, you make them feel anxious or frightened. If you get the wind up, you become anxious or frightened The threat of legal action will be enough to put the wind up them. wind
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