October 20, 2010

Idiom: get on (one's) nerves

"get on (one's) nerves"

Meaning: irritate someone; make someone upset

Example: Well, the muffler looks great, but the loud sound it makes is starting to get on my nerves.

Last week's idioms:
as easy as pie
be fed up (with someone or something)
change (one's) mind
down in the dumps