get out of face
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get out of (one's) face
Leave one alone. Get out of my face—I don't have time for this nonsense. If that guy doesn't get out of her face soon, she's going to call security.
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get out of one's face
Lit. Inf. to stop bothering or intimidating someone. Look, get out of my face, or I'll poke you in yours! He told you to get out of his face, you creep!
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Get out of my face!
exclam. Stop arguing with me!; Stand back! Don’t confront me with your arguments and challenges! (see also get in someone’s face.) Get outa my face if you know what’s good for you.
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