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drive someone up a wall
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Definition: make crazy; annoy someone greatly

Explanation: Used when someone or something is very annoying indeed.

Examples: Would you be quiet?! You are driving me up a wall. - This problem is driving me up a wall, I just can't get the right answer.

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