cheesed off


Definition of cheesed off

chiefly British

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Examples of cheesed off in a Sentence

feeling a bit cheesed off I was really cheesed off that they made me go to the back of the queue.

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The Separation Anxiety Taking the cheese off of your pizza and eating it straight-up is a nonsensical move. Alex Delany, Bon Appetit, "A Long Answer to a Simple Question: How Do You Eat a Slice of Pizza?," 7 Mar. 2018 Please, come wash the kid’s onesies and then scrape all that hardened lasagna cheese off these plates that have been in the sink for four days. Kate Spencer, Cosmopolitan, "10 Things New Moms Want You to Know," 20 Dec. 2017 Lightly brush a hard cheese like Parmesan against the spikes to brush small pieces of cheese off the block. Alex Delany, Bon Appetit, "How to Use the Other 3 Sides of Your Box Grater," 12 Dec. 2017 Guess this customer got cheesed off, which is better than getting cheesed on. Barbara Hijek,, "Fondue you! Woman threw hot nacho cheese at clerk, cops say," 18 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of cheesed off

1942, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cheesed off

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English Language Learners Definition of cheesed off

British, informal : angry or annoyed

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an act or instance of returning to life

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