browned-off


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browned-off

adj
informal thoroughly discouraged or disheartened; fed up
Translations

browned-off

[ˌbraʊndˈɒf] ADJ (Brit) I'm browned-offestoy harto or hasta las narices (with de)
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It has been treated with a fungicide and that has caused browned-off areas on parts of the track.
BROWNED-OFF Sharon Greenwood told today how her home life has been ruined by sewage.
My happy server initially dished up a browned-off portion of chips - only to bin them after asking if I would prefer some fresh ones.
However, perhaps the Browned-off Party would be more appropriate?
ROCK-BOTTOM Salford Reds were Browned-off last night as Huddersfield Giants took a huge step towards another Challenge Cup final appearance at Wembley on August 25.
But browned-off Britons are refusing to miss out on the sun and airports have been packed with sunseekers getting away.
Sure, we were browned-off, but that was just from a sun that seemingly shone for weeks on end.
There's also some good cartoons and photos of the great man doing silly things, such as looking extremely browned-off while standing on the second-place podium and larking around with Bernie Ecclestone.
And browned-off bosses blame staff's secret toast-munching sessions for the majority of the call-outs.
BIRMINGHAM'S biggest browned-off families have every reason to complain about their litter-strewn streets, according to a Government watchdog.
His wife Grace said: 'Edwyn is maintaining a steady course although he is now, as a result of his returning strength, browned-off with being in hospital for so long.
Browned-off birdman Graham Lowe was feeling chirpy again yesterday.