- keep your nose out of my business
- phr. do not meddle in my affairs; do not involve yourself in what I am doing
English slang. 2015.
English slang. 2015.
Keep your nose out of my business! — Go o Get your nose out of my business! … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
keep your nose out — mainly spoken phrase used for telling someone that you do not want them to know about things that are private Keep your nose out of my business. Thesaurus: ways of telling or not telling secretssynonym Main entry: nose … Useful english dictionary
keep your nose out — mainly spoken used for telling someone that you do not want them to know about things that are private Keep your nose out of my business … English dictionary
keep (your) nose out of (something) — informal to not become involved in other people s activities or relationships. What goes on between me and Pete is none of her business so she can keep her big nose out of it! … New idioms dictionary
Get your nose out of my business! — AND Keep your nose out of my business! xclam. Mind your own business and leave me alone. □ Get your nose out of my business! This is not your affair … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
nose — nose1 [ nouz ] noun count *** 1. ) the part of your face above your mouth that you use for smelling and breathing. The two holes in your nose are called nostrils: Her nose is bleeding. Hold your nose (=press the two sides of it) and put your head … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
business — noun 1 buying and selling of goods ADJECTIVE ▪ big ▪ profitable ▪ private ▪ core ▪ It s time to focus on the company s core business … Collocations dictionary
nose — [[t]noʊz[/t]] n. v. nosed, nos•ing 1) anat. the part of the face that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and that functions as a passageway for air in respiration 2) anat. this part as the organ of smell 3) the sense of smell 4) the snout … From formal English to slang
nose — nose1 W2S2 [nəuz US nouz] n ↑ear, ↑nose, ↑tooth, ↑eye ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(on your face)¦ 2 (right) under somebody s nose 3 stick/poke your nose into something 4 keep your nose out (of something) 5 turn your nose up (at something) 6 with your nose in the… … Dictionary of contemporary English
nose — 1 noun 1 ON YOUR FACE (C) the part of your face that you smell with and breathe through: a broken nose | Marty punched him on the nose. | blow your nose (=clear it by blowing strongly into a piece of cloth or soft paper): Here, take this hanky… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English