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cheesed

[cheezd] /tʃizd/
adjective, Chiefly British Slang.
1.
disgusted; fed up (usually followed by off).
Origin
1940-1945
1940-45; origin obscure
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British Dictionary definitions for cheesed off

cheesed off

adjective
1.
(usually postpositive) (Brit, slang) bored, disgusted, or angry
Word Origin
C20: from cheese²
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Word Origin and History for cheesed off

cheesed

adj.

"disgruntled, exasperated," 1941, British slang, origin obscure, connections uncertain. See cheese (n.1), cheese (n.2), cheesy.

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Slang definitions & phrases for cheesed off

cheesed off

adjective phrase

Bored; disgusted: if superbored, you're ''cheesed off '' (WWII Air Forces fr British Armed forces)


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Idioms and Phrases with cheesed off
Angry, fed up, annoyed, as in I'm cheesed off about watering their plants twice a week. This term was originally military slang and sometimes put simply as cheesed. [ ; mid-1900s ]
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