A Pain In The Neck – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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A PAIN IN THE NECK
Something that is a pain in the neck is troublesome or bothersome. You can use a pain in the neck for things or people.

  • Going through security at the airport is a pain in the neck.
  • My boss is a pain in the neck. He always makes me work overtime.
  • The traffic in this town is a pain in the neck.

How about you? What is a pain in the neck for you these days?
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