English version

put somebody’s nose out of joint

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput somebody’s nose out of jointput somebody’s nose out of jointinformal to annoy someone, especially by attracting everyone’s attention away from them His nose has been put a bit out of joint ever since Marion got here. nose
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