The British Idiom – Browned off
Definition of Browned off
Somebody who is browned off is greatly annoyed or exasperated.
Examples of Usage of Browned off
I’m so browned off with my job that I think it’s time to resign and find another one. You would be browned off, too, if you’d won the lottery and found that 12,000 other people had also won it.
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