0

Could anyone let me know how the following examples differ in meaning?

  • Get on someone's nerves:
    If someone or something gets on your nerves, they annoy or irritate you.
  • Get to someone:
    to annoy or upset someone.

To me, they both convey a same concept.

2
  • 3
    They are essentially the same. Dec 1 '21 at 1:28
  • 2
    Yes, the same. And both somewhat informal. Probably choose between based on your intended audience.
    – Dan
    Dec 1 '21 at 2:20

You must log in to answer this question.

Browse other questions tagged .