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14 / 05 / 2009

HAIR EXPRESSIONS-2: meaning and examples

Good morning.

Today we are going to look at some more hair expressions.

Today's first expression is: to get in someone's hair (slang)

Meaning: to annoy someone by asking them lots of questions, following them around, etc.

Example 1:
You're getting in my hair! Can you please stop asking me when we will arrive? We'll arrive when we arrive!

Today's second expression isto keep your hair on

Meaning: used to tell someone to calm down and to stop shouting when they are angry.

Example 2:
Keep your hair on or I'm going to call the police! If you don't calm down, you're going to have to leave the restaurant. 

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