browned off


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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.browned off - greatly annoyedbrowned off - greatly annoyed; out of patience; "had an exasperated look on his face"; "felt exasperated beyond endurance"
displeased - not pleased; experiencing or manifesting displeasure
Translations
ضَجِر، مَلولمُنْزَعِج
otrávenýrozhněvaný
irriteretled og ked af det helesur
elege van
búinn aî fá nóg, angraîurleiîur, búinn aî fá nóg

browned off

[ˌbraʊndˈɒf] adj to be browned off (with sth) (fam) → essere stufo/a (di qc)

brown

(braun) adjective
1. of a dark colour between red and yellow. brown paint; Her eyes are brown.
2. suntanned. She was very brown after her holiday in Greece.
noun
1. (any shade of) a colour similar to toasted bread, tanned skin, coffee etc.
2. something (eg paint, polish etc) brown in colour. I prefer the brown to the green.
verb
to make or become brown.
browned off
1. bored. I feel really browned off in this wet weather.
2. annoyed. I'm browned off with his behaviour.
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But it seems Rihanna - Browned off after learning of Alex's crush on Chris - pulled the plug on that.
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Now members who stump up club fees of pounds 1,100 a year are so browned off they are thinking of quitting.
Nation's farmers no longer Browned off with ex-Minister
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That's because everyone's so browned off with black this season, dah-ling.