IDIOM:  GET IN SOMEONE'S HAIR  (bother them)  / GET OUT OF SOMEONE's HAIR (stop bothering them/ leave them alone)  "I saw she was busy and stressed and I didn't want to get in her hair, so I decided to talk to her about it later." "Would you get out my hair? I'm trying to study!"   ENDING a PHONE CALL: "It was great talking to you! I guess I should get out of your hair and let you get back to work."

IDIOM: GET IN SOMEONE'S HAIR (bother them) / GET OUT OF SOMEONE's HAIR (stop bothering them/ leave them alone) "I saw she was busy and stressed and I didn't want to get in her hair, so I decided to talk to her about it later." "Would you get out my hair? I'm trying to study!" ENDING a PHONE CALL: "It was great talking to you! I guess I should get out of your hair and let you get back to work."

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