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Annoyed, irritated, or vexed. Steer clear of the boss today, he seems pretty ag. Janet was pretty ag when she found out she had missed her connecting flight. John is always ag first thing in the morning—it's best not to even talk to him until he's had his coffee.
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ag

and aggro
mod. aggrivated = irritated: annoyed. Hey, man. Don’t get yourself so aggro! She said she was too “ag” to help with the dishes.
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