Definition of chuffed in English:

chuffed

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Pronunciation: /tʃʌft
 
/

adjective

[predicative] British informal
Very pleased: I’m dead chuffed to have won
More example sentences
  • There will be a lot of chuffed people today, including everyone who cares about Britain's heritage, all at the National Railway Museum and York tourist bosses.
  • ‘I'm chuffed that so many came from York,’ Warters told the Evening Press after his victory over Ashton.
  • The young art lot are always chuffed when Ferry turns up.

Origin

1950s: from dialect chuff 'plump or pleased'.

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