9 -Drive Someone Up A Wall – Happy English Idiom Lesson

MichaelAD Idioms & Slang 1 Comment

It’s 26F (-3C) today and very windy. This cold is driving me up a wall! [drive someone up a wall] is a great idiom which means, “to annoy greatly.”

– My neighbor’s loud music drives me up a wall

– She said her boss is always pushing her. He drives her up a wall.

What drives you up a wall?



Comments 1

  1. The ignorant political leader in our province always drives me up a wall. Every time I see his face on T. V. , , I need to click to another channel .

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