Definition of hack someone off in English:

hack someone off

informal Annoy or infuriate someone: it really hacks me off when they whine about what a poor job we’re doing
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  • But really the only winners were the French and they were hacked off with the English weather, especially when they eventually reached Carlisle.
  • I had no business bidding anyway and it's better I lost, but the winner, a woman with money who's cornered the memorabilia market, hacks me off all the same.
  • Okay, I'm a country gal and sometimes stuff hacks me off.
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