tick off


tick off

verb

Definition of TICK OFF

1
to criticize (someone) so as to correct a fault <she royally ticked the babysitter off for letting the child play outside unsupervised>
Near Antonyms approve, endorse (also indorse), OK (or okay), sanction; applaud, extol (also extoll), hail, laud, praise, salute, tout
2
to make angry <it really ticks me off when someone says something like that>

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