(I'll get) out of your hair
Idiomatyczny przekład "(I'll get) out of your ..."
Znaczenie „(I'll get) out of your ...”
To leave someone alone, especially after jokingly annoying them.
|1.||Beat (or ride) like a rented mule|
|2.||An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening|
|3.||Hit or Miss|
|4.||I have a neck for (something)|
|5.||As smart as a fox|
|6.||I don't give a shit/damn/fuck/crap/toss/dime/penny|
|7.||What goes around, comes around|
|8.||Many men, many minds|
|9.||ill got ill spent|
|10.||Every cloud has a silver lining|