[ reyj kwit ]
/ ˈreɪdʒ ˌkwɪt /
verb (used with or without object)
(especially of a video game) to abandon (an undertaking) in a fit of frustration, especially after near success or abrupt failure following a significant investment of time and effort: The level was designed to make grown men rage quit and throw their controllers at the TV.I gave up after the second book and rage quit the whole series.
Words nearby rage quit
Origin of rage quit
First recorded in 2005–10
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