out of your way

out of (one's) way

1. Not convenient for or easily reached by someone; not along someone's route. If it's out of your way, I can pick it up myself tomorrow. Sorry, that's a bit too far out of my way.
2. Not obstructing or impeding someone; not in someone's path. Just get out of her way when she's upset like this. I appreciate that you're trying to help, but you'd actually be more helpful if you stayed out of my way.
See also: of, out, way

ˌout of your ˈway

not on the route that you planned to take: I’d love a ride home — if it’s not out of your way.
See also: of, out, way