make a nuisance of (oneself)

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make a nuisance of (oneself)

To become a source of disruption, irritation, or difficulty (for someone or something). We have to make a nuisance of ourselves, of these companies will never take our complaints seriously. I'm sorry to be making myself a nuisance, but the boss told me to shadow you while you work and ask any questions I might have.
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make a nuisance of oneself

to be a constant bother. I'm sorry to make a nuisance of myself, but I do need an answer to my question. Stop making a nuisance of yourself and wait your turn.
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make a nuisance of oneself

Bother or annoy others, as in That child is making a nuisance of himself.
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make a nuisance of yourself

cause trouble and annoyance, usually deliberately or avoidably.
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