get in someone's hair

get in someone's hair
a) To annoy someone.
b) To hinder someone or interfere with their actions.

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  • get in someone's hair — get in (someone s) hair informal to annoy someone, especially by being near them for a long period. Harry usually keeps the kids occupied so they don t get in my hair while I m cooking …   New idioms dictionary

  • get in someone's hair — (informal) To become a source of irritation to someone • • • Main Entry: ↑hair …   Useful english dictionary

  • get in someone's hair — idi+sts get in someone s hair, to pester or irritate someone …   From formal English to slang

  • get out of someone's hair — get/keep/out of someone’s hair phrase to keep away from someone in order to avoid trouble or to avoid annoying them Thesaurus: to avoid doing something, or to avoid somethingsynonym Main entry: hair …   Useful english dictionary

  • out of someone's hair — out of (someone s) hair get in (someone s) hair to annoy someone, especially by being near them for a long period. I don t care where she is now. She s out of my hair and that s all that matters. I was hoping James would take the kids to the park …   New idioms dictionary

  • Get in one's hair — irritate or annoy someone …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • get in one's hair — Australian Slang irritate or annoy someone …   English dialects glossary

  • keep out of someone's hair — get/keep/out of someone’s hair phrase to keep away from someone in order to avoid trouble or to avoid annoying them Thesaurus: to avoid doing something, or to avoid somethingsynonym Main entry: hair …   Useful english dictionary

  • get in hair — get in (someone s) hair informal to annoy someone, especially by being near them for a long period. Harry usually keeps the kids occupied so they don t get in my hair while I m cooking …   New idioms dictionary

  • hair — /hɛə / (say hair) noun 1. the natural covering of the human head. 2. the aggregate of hairs which grow on an animal. 3. one of the numerous fine, usually cylindrical filaments growing from the skin and forming the coat of most mammals. 4. a… …  

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