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tick sb off

informal phrasal verb with tick
 
 
/tɪk/ verb
CRITICIZE UK to tell someone that they have done something wrong and that you are angry about it: I got ticked off for not going to the meeting.Chastising and rebuking
ANNOY US to annoy someoneCausing feelings of anger and displeasure
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