get (sb.) down

get (sb.) down
أَزْعَجَ \ annoy: to cause (sb. or sth.) trouble; make (sb.) slightly angry: Strong sunlight can annoy the eyes. I’m annoyed with him. He’s an annoying little boy. bother: to trouble sb.: Don’t bother me when I’m busy. disconcert: to cause (sb.) to feel doubt and anxiety; make (sb.) unsure: The child’s question disconcerted the teacher because she could not answer it. distrub: to break the calmness of; trouble: Don’t disturb him when he’s reading. Don’t disturb his sleep; make anxious: I was disturbed at the news. get (sb.) down: (infml.) to annoy; put in low spirits. get on sb.’s nerves: to destroy sb.’s peace of mind; make sb. excitedly anxious or angry. harass: to make (sb.) worried by causing trouble, esp. repeatedly: I felt harassed by all the work at the office. perturb: to make anxioux. trouble: to cause trouble to: His leg is troubling him (It hurts). upset: to make (sb.) unhappy: His death upset her very badly. \ See Also أربك (أَرْبَك)، أَقْلَقَ (راحة)، ضايق (ضايَقَ)‏

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