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Definition of get on (one's) nerves

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Other terms relating to 'to annoy, interfere, intrude':

Definitions include: to pester or annoy.
Definitions include: to reduce or destroy a person's good mood.
Definitions include: pestering multiple people.
Definitions include: to bother, test, annoy, push.
Definitions include: an annoying person, especially one making unwanted sexual advances.
Definitions include: to affect or bother someone.
Definitions include: to be very attracted to someone, so much so that one nearly sweats when one sees the object of their affection.
Definitions include: to pester someone about something.
Definitions include: to bring up a subject that was resolved (or should have been resolved) long ago.
Definitions include: also a diminutive form of aggro.
Definitions include: See third wheel.
Definitions include: a large commotion.
Definitions include: something hard to find.
Definitions include: an unattractive female or one with a bad reputation.
Definitions include: to joke around with someone.

Slang terms with the same root words

Other terms relating to 'get':

Definitions include: very; really; extremely.
Definitions include: a phrase of one is about to be in trouble big-time or something bad is about to happen.
Definitions include: "Get ready for some serious trouble."
Definitions include: "buy one get one" free.
Definitions include: don't be mistaken; "believe it".
Definitions include: from the beginning.
Definitions include: acronym for "get back to work".
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: to have sex with someone who is not one's significant other.
Definitions include: to acquire a buzz.
Definitions include: to be excited by.
Definitions include: to enjoy.
Definitions include: see clue.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: to ingest a drug.

Other terms relating to 'nerve':

Definitions include: audacity.
Definitions include: a great amount of composure under stress.
Definitions include: in a way that annoys.
Definitions include: having a great amount of composure under stress.

Other terms relating to 'on':

Definitions include: seemingly accidental but with a secret motive.
Definitions include: secret sexual activity with a person other than one's partner.
Definitions include: See on (one's) plate.
Definitions include: useless.
Definitions include: absolutely futile; pointless, worthless, inept or absurd; good-for-nothing or idiotic.
Definitions include: doing better after an unfavorable event.
Definitions include: returned to one's meth or crack addiction.
Definitions include: to insult for fun; "make fun of".
Definitions include: to leave (a relationship) or abandon.
Definitions include: to attempt to attract verbally; "hit on".
Definitions include: to test something before it is released or presented.
Definitions include: See barge in.
Definitions include: used to describe a person that is angry and is scolding at someone.
Definitions include: to be involved with.
Definitions include: to be present in large numbers.

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