Sep 042014
 

BBC Learning English: The English We Speak – Cheesed off phrase means to be really annoyed. I’m so cheesed off! You can also say ‘to cheese someone off’.

Finn’s not happy. His boss has told him to write his long, boring report again. Li offers him some cheese, but it doesn’t help. He’s ‘cheesed off’. Listen to the programme to find out what this expression means.

 

 

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