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pissed off

adjective [after verb] uk   us   UK offensive (US also pissed)
annoyed: He'd kept me waiting for an hour so I was pissed off to start with. She seemed a bit pissed off that she hadn't been invited.
Translations of “pissed off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 惱火的,生氣的…
in Russian обозленный…
in Turkish kızmış, bıkmış, gına gelmiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恼火的,生气的…
in Polish wpieprzony…
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