get carried away

get carried away
get carried away phrase
to become so excited or involved in something that you lose control of your feelings or behaviour

Let’s not get carried away. The deal could still fall through.

Thesaurus: become excitedsynonym
Main entry: carry

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be/get carried aˈway idiom
to get very excited or lose control of your feelings

I got carried away and started shouting at the television.

Main entry:carryidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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