out of your way

out of (one's) way

1. Not convenient for or easily reached by one; not along one's route. If it's out of your way, I can pick it up myself tomorrow. Sorry, that's a bit too far out of my way.
2. Not obstructing or impeding one; not in one's path. Just get out of her way when she's upset like this. I appreciate that you're trying to help, but you'd actually be more helpful if you stayed out of my way.
3. Not inconveniencing or interfering with one. The boss seems to like you for some reason, but I don't trust you, so just stay out of my way! We warned him to keep out of our way if he didn't want to lose his job, but he just wouldn't listen to us.
See also: of, out, way

ˌout of your ˈway

not on the route that you planned to take: I’d love a ride home — if it’s not out of your way.
See also: of, out, way