Definition of do someone's head in in English:

do someone's head in

phrase

British
informal
  • Make someone feel annoyed, confused, or frustrated.

    ‘my relationship with my publicist was doing my head in’
    • ‘Probably what does the manager's head in is that we are not doing that - one week we are up and then next week we are down.’
    trouble, bother, cause anxiety, make anxious, disturb, distress, upset, concern, disquiet, discompose, fret, agitate, unsettle, perturb, frighten, alarm, scare, fluster, flurry, stress, strain, tax, harass, torment, plague, bedevil, besiege, irk, vex
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