get to somebody


get to somebody
v. irritate, annoy, or bother somebody.

He really got to you, didn't he?


English slang. 2015.

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  • get over somebody — ˌget ˈover sth/sb derived to return to your usual state of health, happiness, etc. after an illness, a shock, the end of a relationship, etc • He was disappointed at not getting the job, but he ll get over it. Main entry: ↑getderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • get round somebody — ˌget ˈround/aˈround sb derived to persuade sb to agree or to do what you want, usually by doing nice things for them • She knows how to get round her dad. Main entry: ↑getderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • get around somebody — ˌget ˈround/aˈround sb derived to persuade sb to agree or to do what you want, usually by doing nice things for them • She knows how to get round her dad. Main entry: ↑getderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • get to somebody — ˈget to sb derived (informal) to annoy or affect sb • The pressure of work is beginning to get to him. Main entry: ↑getderived …   Useful english dictionary

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  • get off somebody's back — get off sb s ˈback idiom (informal) to stop annoying sb, for example by criticizing them, or asking them to do sth • Just get off my back, will you! Main entry: ↑backidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • get on somebody's nerves — get on sb s ˈnerves idiom (informal) to annoy sb • That music is starting to get on my nerves. • It really gets on my nerves when people hang up without leaving a message. Main entry: ↑nerve …   Useful english dictionary

  • get under somebody's skin — get under sb s ˈskin idiom (informal) to annoy sb • Don t let him get under your skin. Main entry: ↑skinidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • get in somebody's hair — get in sb s ˈhair idiom (informal) to annoy sb by always being near them, asking them questions, etc. Main entry: ↑hairidiom …   Useful english dictionary