teed off
adjective Etymology: probably from tee off (on) Date: 1951 angry, annoyed

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • teed off — [ ,tid ɔf ] adjective AMERICAN INFORMAL angry or annoyed: I was getting teed off by his constant interruptions …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • teed off — [ˌti:d ˈɔf US ˈo:f] adj AmE informal annoyed or angry …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • teed off — adjective Etymology: probably from past participle of tee off : annoyed, angry was teed off because the chief had me type his spares inventory N.T.Kenney * * * teed off UK [ˌtiːd ˈɒf] US [ˌtid ˈɔf] adjective american …   Useful english dictionary

  • teed off — adj. (colloq.) (AE) angry teed off about, at * * * at (colloq.) (AE) [ angry ] teed off about …   Combinatory dictionary

  • teed off — mod. angry. □ I’m not teed off! I’m enraged. □ I was so teed off I could have spit! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • teed off — adjective Annoyed, upset, angry. My doctor was thoroughly teed off when she learned I have not been taking the medications she prescribed. Syn: browned off, cheesed off, peed off, pissed off, ticked off …   Wiktionary

  • teed off — upset, cross, ticked off    She was teed off about the errors in the balance sheet …   English idioms

  • teed off — Old golfers don t get mad the just get a little teed off …   English expressions

  • teed off — UK [ˌtiːd ˈɒf] / US [ˌtɪd ˈɔf] adjective American informal angry, or annoyed I was getting teed off by his constant interruptions …   English dictionary

  • teed off — adjective AmE slang annoyed or angry; fed up …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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