Definition of tee someone off in English:

tee someone off

  • North American informal Make someone angry or annoyed: Tommy was really teed off at Ernie
    [probably a euphemistic alteration of peed off (see pee)]
    More example sentences
    • It was one of those things that tees you off, and I responded to that.
    • One thing that really tees me off about the tournament, especially in the early rounds is you can't watch the game that you really want.
    • So I am teed off at Buster the bunny because this is all his fault.
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