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English idioms related to Feelings - Annoyance

Master English idioms regarding annoyances, like "cheesed off" and "like a bear with a sore head".

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English idioms related to Feelings
under one's feet
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constantly annoying and interrupting others and their work
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to try one's patience
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to do something that gradually makes someone angry or upset
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to ruffle one's feathers
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to do or say something that really annoys, upsets, or offends others
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to rub sb the wrong way
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to cause someone to become extremely angry or upset without intending to
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to get one's back up
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to make someone become really annoyed or angry
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to have had it (up to here) with sb/sth
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to not have the tolerance to endure more of something
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to get under one's skin
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to irritate someone to the point of frustration
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to get one's goat
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to really annoy or frustrate someone
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to get out of one's hair
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to stop bothering someone so that they can have peace or freedom from annoyance or interference
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to get up on the wrong side of (the) bed
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to start one's day with a bad mood, without any reason in particular
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to get on one's nerves
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to make someone really mad by constantly doing something that angers or annoys them
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to get off one's back
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to finally stop criticizing or annoying someone
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like a bear with a sore head
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showing a very bad mood and reacting unpleasantly to things that would not normally be a problem
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cheesed off
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very annoyed, frustrated, or displeased about something
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browned off
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extremely dissatisfied or irritated
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to step on one's toes
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to make a person upset or offended, particularly by interfering in their responsibilities
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