|Get (sb) off one’s back: To stop nagging or annoy one about something. Often said as an imperative.If you tell someone to get off your back, you mean that you want them to stop criticizing you and leave you alone. As in Would you please get off my back? I’m not going to the interview, and that’s final!
中文释义：要是有人老是对你唠叨个没完，你总有一天会感到无法忍耐，你可能会说: “Hey, get off my back, will you!”（喂，你别跟我唠叨了，行不行！）中文语境中，我们被唠叨烦了会说：你都要爬到我头上来了！而老外是说：你都爬到我背上来了！赶紧给我下去！所以该短语通常是让别人别再数落（别烦/别缠着）你了。例句：I rent a girlfriend for the new year to get my family off my back.（为了让家里人别再烦我我租了个女朋友回家过年。）