get to (somebody) = annoy or upset (somebody)
- Her laughter is starting to get to me! Does it have to be so loud?
- I know he is rude but don’t let him get to you. He is like that with everybody. It ‘s just his way.
- I didn’t mind his jokes at first but after a while they started to get to me.
- Seeing all that pain and suffering, it really got to me.
- Doesn’t it get to you that you see sick people all day at the hospital?