teed off

adjective

Examples of teed off in a sentence

  1. She was very teed off.

  2. the boss is really teed off about the loss of one of our most important clients, so don't go near him

Origin and Etymology of teed off

probably from tee off (on)


First Known Use: 1951


TEED OFF Defined for English Language Learners

teed off

adjective

Definition of teed off for English Language Learners

  • : angry or annoyed



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