Phrasal Verb: tick off
Definition: irritate someone; make someone upset or angry
- Don’t tick off the IRS, as they can always exact financial revenge.
- The neighbors’ carelessness in backing out of their driveway really ticked me off.
- Joe found that his children really ticked him off, so he started going to a counselor about anger issues.
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