get out of someone's face

get out of my face

Leave me alone; stop getting so close to me or harassing me. Get out of my face—I don't have time for this nonsense. If this guy doesn't get out of my face soon, I'm going to call security.
See also: face, get, of, out
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get out of someone's face

INFORMAL, RUDE
If you tell someone to get out of your face, you are telling them in an aggressive way to leave you alone and to stop annoying you. Get out of my face, would you? I'd had enough and told him to get out of my face.
See also: face, get, of, out
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get out of someone's face

stop harassing or annoying someone. North American informal
See also: face, get, of, out
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