excuse me? (2)
If someone glares at you and says this in a serious voice, you must have annoyed or upset them.
- After I told Dwayne he wasn't trying hard enough, he glared at me and said, "Excuse me?"
- Harry said, "The Americans were the funniest," and a man nearby with an American accent said, "Excuse me?".
This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
She said, "Excuse me?" in a serious voice. Someone must have
Contributor: Matt Errey