on (one's) nerves

on (one's) nerves

Irritating, annoying, or grating to one. Her sarcastic comments are really starting to get on my nerves. The kids have been on my nerves all morning—would you please just take them out to the playground or something?
See also: nerve, on
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*on someone's nerves

Fig. annoying someone. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) Our noisy neighbors are beginning to get on my nerves. That radio is getting on my nerves.
See also: nerve, on
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