Meaning: to make someone angry, to annoy
- He really teed his girlfriend off when he said he couldn't go out because he had to watch a football game on TV.
- Ken teed me off when he said he couldn't pay back the money he owed me.
Variety: This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
Jenny was teed off because her husband came home late. She was
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Contributor: Matt Errey