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Slang

pissed off

This page is about the slang term pissed off

British and Australian English offensive!

Meaning

angry, annoyed

For example

  • Julia was pissed off because I'd forgotten to bring back the magazines I'd borrowed.

  • The boss isn't happy. I think you pissed him off when you said you couldn't do any overtime this week.

Note:
same as "pissed (2)"

Variety

This is typically used in British and Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

Quick Quiz

My sister was pissed off because I

a. said she looked good

b. needed to borrow more money

c. said I could help her out

Slang of the Day

Contributor: Matt Errey