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English Idioms

Ticked Off


Ticked Off - get upset or become angry

  • I was ticked off, because the lady took my parking space.
  • I think the bird ticked off my dog, when the bird took the food.
  • We were ticked off, when our teacher gave us a surprise test.
  • My mother was ticked off, because she car would not start.
  • Do you know why some people are always ticked off?
  • My friend is always very calm. I have never seen her ticked off.

Take It With A Grain Of Salt

Tear Apart

Tight Race

Time Flies

Ticked Off

Tie The Knot

The Lights Are On But Nobody Is Home

The Proof Is In The Pudding

Think Outside The Box

Throw In the Towel

Too Bad

Top Dog

Train Wreck

Walk On Eggshells

Wasted

What The Hell

What Is Up

When Pigs Fly

Windfall

Work Idioms


You Are Toast

You Can Say That Again

Your Guess Is As Good As Mind

You Rock


Zonk Out

Take It With A Grain Of Salt

Tear Apart

Tight Race

Time Flies

Ticked Off

Tie The Knot

The Lights Are On But Nobody Is Home

The Proof Is In The Pudding

Think Outside The Box

Throw In the Towel

Too Bad

Top Dog

Train Wreck

Walk On Eggshells

Wasted

What The Hell

What Is Up

When Pigs Fly

Windfall

Work Idioms


You Are Toast

You Can Say That Again

Your Guess Is As Good As Mind

You Rock


Zonk Out

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