Idiom: 'Out of your hair'

What does 'Out of your hair' mean?

Meaning: If you get someone out of your hair, you get them to stop bothering or annoying you. ('Stay/keep/get out of my hair!' can be used as imperatives)

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Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used

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