rage-quit - definition and synonyms

verb [intransitive/transitive] informal 

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/ˈreɪdʒ ˌkwɪt/
present tense
present participlerage-quitting
past tenserage-quit
past participlerage-quit
  1. to angrily abandon an activity or situation that has become frustrating, especially a computer game

    Every time I was about to rage-quit the game, I found the solution and felt like a boss.

    I could have rage-quit my job, but instead I now find it satisfying to just be myself.

    Hopefully he’ll rage-quit and let your game continue in peace.

    This meaning is based on one submitted to the Open Dictionary by: Susan from Argentina on 07/08/2016
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