Dink off - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
slang To cause one to become angry. A noun or pronoun can be used between "dink" and "off." Please calm down, I didn't mean to dink you off. I'm so dinked off by this situation—it's amazing that I haven't screamed at the whole staff today.
dink someone off
Sl. to make someone angry. Whatever you do, don't dink her off! Why did you have to start out your speech by dinking off the entire audience?
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Djokovic had been untroubled until the 12th game when Federer earned a couple of set points, converting the second with a sublime half-volley dink off
a dipping Djokovic backhand.
And both sides hit the woodwork in the second half - Henderson heading Stefan Johansen's lovely It's now - Celts dink off
the post with Carey's strike hitting the upright late on - as the game ended in stalemate.