- feeling annoyed or disappointed about somethingcheesed off about:
She sounded really cheesed off about it.
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cheesed off — [ ,tʃizd ɔf ] adjective BRITISH INFORMAL feeling annoyed or disappointed about something: FED UP: cheesed off about: She sounded really cheesed off about it … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
cheesed off — [ˌtʃi:zd ˈɔf US ˈo:f] adj BrE bored and annoyed with something ▪ You sound really cheesed off … Dictionary of contemporary English
cheesed off — adjective greatly annoyed; out of patience had an exasperated look on his face felt exasperated beyond endurance • Syn: ↑exasperated, ↑browned off • Similar to: ↑displeased * * * adj fed up … Useful english dictionary
cheesed off — [[t]tʃi͟ːzd ɒ̱f[/t]] ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ If you are cheesed off, you are annoyed, bored, or disappointed. [BRIT, INFORMAL] Jean was thoroughly cheesed off by the whole affair... I did get a bit cheesed off with the movie s rather plodding pace … English dictionary
cheesed-off — /tʃizd ˈɒf/ (say cheezd of) adjective Colloquial annoyed; fed up: *Ralph s a bit cheesed off that you didn t let him know –c.j. koch, 1978. Also, cheesed; (especially in predicative use), cheesed off … Australian English dictionary
cheesed off — If someone is cheesed off with something, they are annoyed, bored or frustrated. Jenny is absolutely cheesed off with her job … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions
cheesed off — mod. angry; disgusted. □ Clare was really cheesed off at the butler. □ The butler was cheesed off at the cook … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
cheesed off — adjective Annoyed, upset, angry. Im really cheesed off about the lack of hand dryers in this washroom! Syn: browned off, peed off, pissed off, teed off, ticked off … Wiktionary
cheesed off — upset, annoyed, ticked off They were cheesed off when I said you wouldn t pay them … English idioms
cheesed off — adjective BrE informal bored and annoyed with something: You sound cheesed off. What s the matter? … Longman dictionary of contemporary English