get out of someone's face

get out of someone's face
[usu. as imperative] informal stop harassing or annoying someone

shut up and get out of my face

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get out of someone's face
US informal : to go away and stop bothering someone : to leave someone alone

Get out of my face!

Hey, get out of your sister's face and go play somewhere else!

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Main Entry:face

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Get out of my face! — exclam. Stop arguing with me!; Stand back! Don’t confront me with your arguments and challenges! (See also get in someone’s face.) □ Beat it! Get out of my face! □ Get outa my face if you know what’s good for you …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Get out of my face! — very informal! something that you say in order to tell someone to stop annoying you. Just get out of my face and leave me alone! …   New idioms dictionary

  • face — faceable, adj. /fays/, n., v., faced, facing. n. 1. the front part of the head, from the forehead to the chin. 2. a look or expression on this part: a sad face. 3. an expression or look that indicates ridicule, disgust, etc.; grimace: The child… …   Universalium

  • in someone’s face — mod. irritating someone. (See also get in someone’s face; Get out of my face!; in your face.) □ You are n my face too much, and I don’t like it. □ I wish that the coach wasn’t always in my face about something …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • jump in (someone's) face — vb American to harass, aggress, criticise (someone). The phrase has been recorded in black street parlance since the 1970s. It is probably based on the earlier imperative get out of my face! …   Contemporary slang

  • get — [get; ] also, although it is considered nonstandard by some [, git] vt. GOT, gotten, getting: see usage note at GOTTEN got, got [ME geten < ON geta, to get, beget, akin to OE gietan (see BEGET, FORGET), Ger gessen in vergessen, forget < IE… …   English World dictionary

  • face — face1 W1S1 [feıs] n ↑ear, ↑nose, ↑tooth, ↑eye ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(front of your head)¦ 2¦(expression)¦ 3 keep a straight face 4 pale faced/round faced etc 5 grim faced/serious faced etc …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • face — face1 [ feıs ] noun count *** ▸ 1 front of head ▸ 2 mountain/building side ▸ 3 side of coin ▸ 4 way something looks/appears ▸ 5 one flat side of object ▸ 6 front of clock ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) the front part of your head, where your eyes, nose, and… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • get — verb 1) where did you get that hat? Syn: acquire, obtain, come by, receive, gain, earn, win, come into, take possession of, be given; buy, purchase, procure, secure; gather, collect, pick up …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • face */*/*/ — I UK [feɪs] / US noun [countable] Word forms face : singular face plural faces 1) the front part of your head, where your eyes, nose, and mouth are She wiped her face. He had a big smile on his face. The ball hit me in the face. a) the expression …   English dictionary

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