Get On Nerves


Meaning and usage of the word/phrase 'Get On Nerves'.


Meaning: To irritate or annoy someone.

Usage: Please don’t get on my nerves, I told you I’ll not give it you.

Sample Dialogue

A: Planning this project is getting on my nerves, I don’t know anything about it, I am getting worried.

B: Oh take it easy; am I of any help to you?

A: No thanks…..I’ll take my time to understand it properly.

B: Yes, you are quite intelligent and I’m sure you’ll be able to do it.



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