brown off

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brown off

slang To cause one to become angry. A noun or pronoun can be used between "brown" and "off." Primarily heard in UK. Her selfish behavior really browns me off!
See also: brown, off

brown someone off

Sl. to make someone angry. (See also browned (off).) You really brown me off!
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brown off

v. Chiefly British Slang
To anger or irritate someone: The nasty way that store clerk treated us really browned me off. By the time the traffic jam cleared up, we were pretty browned off.
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It's also damn thick--close to 150 pages--"and the kind of thing you can digest completely over several visits to drop the Browns off at the Super Bowl.
But Ronaldo will still be able to concentrate his pre-season efforts on browning himself as he browns off Fergie.