get off (one's) case

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get off (one's) case

To stop bothering someone about something. Would you please get off my case? I'm not going to the interview, and that's final! My uncle has finally gotten off my case about helping him at the hardware store, thank goodness.
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Get off someone's case!

 and Get off someone's back!
Fig. Inf. Leave someone alone!; Stop picking on someone! (Usually a command.) I'm tired of your criticism, Bill. Get off my case! Quit picking on her. Get off her back!
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

get off somebody’s ˈcase

(informal) used to tell somebody to stop criticizing you or another person: I’m doing my best, so get off my case, will you?
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get off someone’s case

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