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Tdol

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RonBee

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teed off = angry and upset
feeling down = sad
mixed up = confused
maxed out = overextended (financially)

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Tdol

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'teed off' in BE doesn't mean that- 'tee off' is to start, from golf. ;-)
 

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It's a golfing term in AE too.

  • A: What time are you starting?
    B: I tee off at 2.
    A: That gives us time for a few drinks.

:wink:
 
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