pissed (2)

American English offensive!

Meaning: angry, annoyed

For example:

  • Andy was pissed because I'd forgotten to bring back the book I'd borrowed.

  • Be careful if you speak to the boss. He's pissed about the mistakes we made in production.

Note: same as "pissed off"

Variety: This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

Quick Quiz:

My wife was pissed because I said

a. she looked lovely

b. I'd take her out tonight

c. I'd be home late again

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Contributor: Matt Errey