From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget on somebody’s nervesget on somebody’s nervesinformalANNOY if someone gets on your nerves, they annoy you, especially by doing something all the timeShe’s always moaning. It really gets on my nerves. →nerve
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get on somebody’s nerves• AngryDear Angry: We can understand how these kids can get on your nerves.• I hope Emma isn't going to be there - she really gets on my nerves.• They really get on my nerves.• But things now were really getting on his nerves.• His songot on his nerves all the time.• As much as they got on her nerves, still she could not bring herself to talk behind their backs.• The noise from the apartment upstairs was beginning to get on my nerves.• This is really starting to get on my nerves.• Nick's whining is really starting to get on my nerves.• Everyone was getting on each other's nerves, and there was tension all the time.• The noise and the smell were getting on his nerves.