drive someone round the bend

drive someone round the bend
informal
to annoy someone very much

That humming noise is driving me round the bend.


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  • drive someone round the bend — informal phrase to annoy someone very much That humming noise is driving me round the bend. Thesaurus: to make someone angry or annoyedsynonym Main entry: bend …   Useful english dictionary

  • drive someone round the bend — drive/send (someone) round the bend informal to make someone very angry, especially by continuing to do something annoying. You re driving me round the bend with your constant complaining …   New idioms dictionary

  • send someone round the bend — drive/send (someone) round the bend informal to make someone very angry, especially by continuing to do something annoying. You re driving me round the bend with your constant complaining …   New idioms dictionary

  • drive someone around the bend — tv. to rive someone crazy. (See also (a)round the bend.) □ This tax stuff is about to drive me around the bend. □ Gert tried to drive us all around the bend …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • drive\ one\ round\ the\ bend — v. phr. informal To upset someone so much that they think they are going crazy. Slow down, please, Miss Jones cried. You are driving me around the bend! Contrast: drive someone ape, drive someone bananas, etc …   Словарь американских идиом

  • drive one round the bend — {v. phr.}, {informal} To upset someone so much that they think they are going crazy. * / Slow down, please, Miss Jones cried. You are driving me around the bend! / Contrast: DRIVE ONE APE, BANANAS, ETC …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • drive one round the bend — {v. phr.}, {informal} To upset someone so much that they think they are going crazy. * / Slow down, please, Miss Jones cried. You are driving me around the bend! / Contrast: DRIVE ONE APE, BANANAS, ETC …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • drive round the bend — drive/send (someone) round the bend informal to make someone very angry, especially by continuing to do something annoying. You re driving me round the bend with your constant complaining …   New idioms dictionary

  • send round the bend — drive/send (someone) round the bend informal to make someone very angry, especially by continuing to do something annoying. You re driving me round the bend with your constant complaining …   New idioms dictionary

  • bend — I UK [bend] / US verb Word forms bend : present tense I/you/we/they bend he/she/it bends present participle bending past tense bent UK [bent] / US past participle bent *** 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] to lean forwards and downwards, or to move …   English dictionary

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