Today’s lesson of colloquial expression
636. to be in one’s hair （仕事の邪魔をして）いらいらさせる
- this means to be bothering someone or causing them trouble
1. Please get out of my hair, I’m trying to finish this spreadsheet.
2. Her little 2-year-old is quite a problem child, and likes to get in her hair while she’s on the phone.