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|English term or phrase: Get the man off your back!|
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xxxxx.com introduces a new feature to
save time and aggravation during the purchasing process!
What do they exaclty mean by "Get the man off your back"? any suggestions? Thanks.
|deal with the customer quickly|
It's a way of saying that the customer is taking up time, and may not be a very valuable customer anyway, so the quicker you deal with him the quicker you can move on to the next, more profitable, customer.
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