sacar de quicio

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This idiom may be literally translated as "to take out of the door jamb."
sacar de quicio(
sah
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kahr
 
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kee
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syoh
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (idiom) (general)
a. to drive crazy (idiom)
Me saca de quicio que la gente sea tan maleducada.It drives me crazy that people are so rude.
b. to drive mad (idiom)
Ese ruido nos está sacando de quicio. Bajen la música, por favor.That noise is driving us mad. Please turn the music down.
c. to drive up the wall (idiom)
Mis hijos me sacan de quicio a veces. Son unos desobedientes.My children drive me up the wall sometimes. They're so disobedient.
d. to get on someone's nerves (idiom)
Algo que de verdad me saca de quicio es que me mientan.Something that really gets on my nerves is to be lied to.
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