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piss offverb

  • jaイラつかせる、怒らせる
  • ento irritate or annoy someone

Examples

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Jesus, every time you get near him, you turn into this pathetic, needy, insecure victim.
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And the thing that pisses me off the most
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is that you are more than willing to go right back for more.
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There's a number.
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Ah, here we go. The chiseling begins.
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This will be good.
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How much could we screw out of our dear old mother?
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Well, dad, unrelated to the vote, of course, is willing to reopen the divorce settlement.
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So what's the number?
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Well, what do you want?
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I want to piss off your father.
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Well, I think that's working.
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Here comes the lovely mom-to-be.
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What the hell is that supposed to mean?
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You look beautiful.
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You have a radiant glow, almost an angelic—
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Baby socks filled with nickels.
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It's my go-to weapon from juvie.
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These are gonna be hitting the faces of anyone who pisses me off.
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He's still sending you Edible Arrangements every week.
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It's still an issue.
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You don't trust me!
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I trust you.
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I just don't trust other men.
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Listen, I've been a single guy.
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I know the thought pattern.
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You don't trust me to know who to trust and who not to trust.
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That's the same thing, okay?
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Kelsey, I'm not trying to piss you off.
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But you've put me in an impossible situation.
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You don't think I would like somebody you're dating?
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No, I'm just saying really.
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Why?
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I don't know, it's just shocking.
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You want him to get jealous?
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No, I think you should always be skeptical.
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Wouldn't that piss you off?
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I don't think so.
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I'd want to know the truth.
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I wanna know how you feel.
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Hello? Oh, hey, Alice.
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How are you? What's up?
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Hey, if you're still at the office, can you let the inspector in?
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He's locked out.
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I don't wanna piss him off and not get the $8,000 security deposit back.
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Um, no, no, no, no, no.
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You must have misunderstood us.
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We are not at the old office.
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We're watching the old 'Office,' the TV show, on an iPad in the car on the way to the new office.
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What? Hello?
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Baby, baby, baby, oh.
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Thought you'd always be mine.
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Oh.
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Guess what? It gets better the third time!
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Thought you'd always be mine.
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Do you know how many girls I picked up
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at the bowling alley, just dancing around like that?
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That's my guy. I owe him everything.
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So, no, I'll never get mad at that.
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- You won! - Second time in a row.
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Boom, you guys can't piss me off.
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I have happiness in my heart!
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Unlike pure, sweet Kate Marsh,
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I don't believe in that bullshit.
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She could've been my masterpiece.
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The world is what an artist makes it, and my muse—
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Uh...
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I think we should just keep trying to piss him off.
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Yeah, let's keep trying to piss him off.
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"Blah, blah."
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Blah, blah, blah. God, I hate your voice now.
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Oh, if she's angsty, then she's not so pure or whatever.
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Yeah.

Other meanings for piss off...

piss offverb

  • ja消え失せろ
  • enoften used imperatively to tell someone to leave or go away
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I know that feeling, Mrs. Carpenter.
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And if we don't do something to help him, it will be a tragic waste—
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Oh, listen you.
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I can take care of me own kids.
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So piss off and find some other charity case.
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Piss off, ghost!
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He’s freaking gone.
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So, I gotta give myself a break with vanilla.
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- That's— - Oh, piss off!
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In case you're wondering, mammals traded egg laying for the ability to carry their young
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to term inside their bodies, and some believe that it was predatory pressure by dinosaurs
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that actually developed this behavior.
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Platypuses on the other hand told mother nature and common sense to piss off and just did their own thing.