• When something or someone gets under your skin, it means to bother or irritate someone.

  • To affect someone so strongly that it is unforgettable, both positively and negatively.

  • To annoy.

1. Everything Peter says really gets under my skin.

 

2. The beauty of the mosque really got under my skin.

 

3. It really gets under my skin when women are constantly underestimated.

 

4. Ask a single, 30-something year old when they’re planning to get married and I can promise you that you’ll get under their skin.

annoy, bother, drive up the wall, exasperate, get in one’s hair, infuriate, irk, irritate, madden, needle, pester, provoke, push one’s buttons, rattle one’s cage, rile, ruffle, upset, vex

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