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To be cheesed off

In English, 'to be cheesed off' means to be really annoyed. "I'm so cheesed off!" You can also say "to cheese someone off"

– so, writing reports really cheeses me off.

– No need to be cheesed off. I can help you with your report.

Examples

  • Working with Caroline is not easy. She gets really cheesed off when people don't agree with her.
     
  • My sister cheeses me off. She borrows all my clothes and never returns them!

 

 

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