tick (one) off

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tick (one) off

To make someone particularly annoyed, angry, or frustrated. It really ticks me off the way people drive in the bus lane, when they clearly aren't supposed to! Nothing ticked my mom off more than having guests come into the house with dirty shoes.
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tick someone off

to make someone angry. That really ticks me off! Doesn't that tick off everyone?
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tick off

Infuriate, make angry. For example, That article ticked me off. [Colloquial; second half of 1900s] For a vulgar synonym, see piss off.
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tick off

v.
1. To make someone angry or annoyed: Constant delays ticked me off. The arrogant actor ticked off the director.
2. To mark some item on a list with a check or tick: The teacher ticked off each name as the roll was called. As the guests arrived, we ticked them off the list.
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tick someone off

tv. to make someone angry. (see also ticked (off).) That really ticks me off!
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ticked (off)

mod. angry. Kelly was so ticked!
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