get out of hair
get out of (one's) hair
1. To no longer be pestering or annoying one; to not be one's responsibility or burden any longer. The kids got out of my hair for a few hours so that I could go and get a relaxing massage by myself. Once these auditors from the IRS get out of our hair, we can get back to business as usual.
2. To cause someone else to stop pestering or annoying one. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "get" and "out." Can you please get the kids out of my hair for a few hours so I can go and get a relaxing massage by myself?
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get someone out of one's hair
Fig. Inf. to cause someone to stop annoying oneself. What do I have to do to get this guy out of my hair.
get out of someone's hair
Fig. Inf. to stop annoying someone. Will you get out of my hair! You area real pain!
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.