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chap

To irritate or vex someone. Boy, her comments really chap me—there's not an ounce to truth to them. Henry's betrayal still chaps me. I can't believe he's working with the enemy now.

chapped

Irritated or vexed. Of course I'm still chapped over the way Henry betrayed me! Wouldn't you be?
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old chap

Primarily heard in UK.
1. dated A friendly or affectionate term of address for a boy or man, regardless of age. Charlie! How are you, old chap? It's marvelous to see you. Oh, pardon me, old chap. I didn't mean to bump into you, I simply didn't see you there!
2. vulgar slang The penis. The man leaped out of the bushes and flashed his old chap as we walked by. It was simply horrible.
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chap

tv. to anger or annoy someone. (see also chapped.) That whole business really chapped me.

chapped

mod. angry; annoyed. I was chapped. There was no way to get around it.
See also: chap
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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