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English definition of “get up sb's nose”

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get up sb's nose

UK informal
to annoy someone: People who drive like that really get up my nose.
Translations of “get up sb's nose”
in Chinese (Traditional) 惹惱,激怒(某人)…
in Russian раздражать кого-либо…
in Turkish kızdırmak, sinirlendirmek, gıcık etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 惹恼,激怒…
in Polish grać komuś na nerwach…
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