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piss someone off

Inf. to make someone angry. (Crude. Potentially offensive, even though it is widely used. Use with discretion.) She really pissed me off! That's enough to piss off anybody.
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piss off

(rude)
go away Piss off, Chris, and stop flooding my e-mail with garbage!
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piss you off

(rude)
to make you angry It really pissed me off that they didn't help me out when I needed it. I think everyone is pissed off about the parking problem.
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piss off

1. Make very angry, as in That letter pissed me off, or She was pissed off because no one had called her. [ Vulgar slang; 1940s]
2. Go away, as in Piss off and stop bothering me. [ Vulgar slang; mid-1900s]
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piss off

v. Vulgar Slang
1. To make someone angry.
2. To go away. Often used as an angry command.
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piss off

and PO
in. to depart; to go away. (Objectionable to many people.) Piss off, you jerk! Get out!
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If anyone wants their dinner tell them to piss off.
He should be single and have no family or friends who would be affected by the abuse he has to take and - most important of all - he has to have the balls to tell everyone who gets in his way to piss off.
Meadow from The Sopranos: Of all the ways to piss off Daddy, that's a pretty good one.
Who wants to be cramped up in a van when you can run wild on a train and piss off funny-hat-wearing-weinerschnitzel-eating old farts, drink beer, and take as many pisses as you want without having to say "Yo
You don't write "God Save the Queen" and piss off fifty million people during her majesty's jubilee celebration if you're not attempting to make a political statement.
Yes I've hit the odd copper, yes I've enjoyed the old doobie, but will you piss off and leave me alone, I'm walking to John O'Groats for some spastics'.