‘To snap out of something’

When you tell someone to snap out of something, what you mean is that you want them to get over it.

Example: When we lost the World Cup, many of my friends were very disappointed. It took them a while to snap out of it.

Source: ‘Know Your English’ (The Hindu) – August 29, 2006.

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