Get in someone's hair
Their snobbishness gets in my hair.
Shoot off one's mouth
注：express one's opinions loudly
Jim doesn't play tennis very much, but he's always shooting off his mouth about how good he is.
Jump down someone's throat
注：become angry with someone
Wait and let me finish before you jump down my throat.
Pay through the nose
注：pay too high a price
Catherine is paying through the nose for fun and relaxation in her vacation.
Pull someone's leg
Come on, you're pulling my leg.
Play it by ear
注：improvise as one goes along
A: What are you doing tonight?
B: Oh, I don't know...I'll just play it by ear.
Stick one's neck out
注：take a risk
Why should I stick my neck out? They didn't pay me for my service.
The visitor almost knocked over a vase and seemed to be all thumbs.
Shake a leg
You'd better shake a leg or we'll miss the first act.
Not have a leg to stand on
注：to have no good defense for one's opinions or actions.
Without evidence, the prosecutor doesn't have a leg to stand on.