be out of (one's) hair(redirected from been out of their hairs)
be out of (one's) hair
To no longer be pestering or annoying to one; to not be one's responsibility or burden any longer. The kids are out of my hair for a few hours so I can go and get a relaxing massage by myself. Once these auditors from the IRS are out of our hair, we can get back to business as usual.
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