English version

up the wall

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishup the wallup the wallspokenANGRY very angry or annoyed That noise is driving me up the wall (=making me annoyed).go up the wall British English I’ve got to be on time or Sarah will go up the wall. wall
Examples from the Corpus
go up the wallIf my dad went up the wall with that, what was he going to do with me?
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