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pissed off (German)

Part of Speech: Participle II

No longer valid spellings:
pissed off
Hyphenation:
an | ge | piss
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈAnɡəˌpɪst]
Grammatical features:

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

'I can guarantee that we are not happy we are pissed off', the 31-year-old told Motorsport Magazine: 'I don't think it will help you, just like that pissed off to be.
Sport1.de, June 7, 2019

I was so pissed off of the fact that from then on I gave gas in life, 'Mortensen told the magazine.
stern.de, December 6, 2018

'I was pissed off', she said. 'I was a little offended - not offended, I thought it was stupid.' If she had known beforehand that Kanye West would change her singing, she would 'never' have agreed.
Brigitte.de, June 28, 2019

While at the beginning they were ostentatiously cold - you could also say: good pissed off - accompanied the event ('I don't want to say much here.
stern.de, January 27, 2020

I was just pissed off and she got me excited.
OK! Magazine, April 17, 2020

Spectacular art theft: the museum director is' extreme pissed off', the police didn't stand a chance, the borrowed Van Gogh is gone.
Today.at, March 31, 2020

Who has to go and why Nicole despite getting ahead pissed off we show in the video. Nicole, Angelina, Finn Emma, ​​Francesco, Julia and Liza tremble The nine islanders at the fireplace have to decide who has to go.
RTL, March 23, 2021

I am a little too pissed off: Goalscorer Ilkay Gündogan can not gain much from the performance of the DFB-Elf.
NOZ.de, September 07, 2020

24/7 Diva Heaven celebrate with their first album, "Stress" pissed off, nihilistic attitude of the grunge era. Riot Spears sound even dirtier.
TAZ, March 20, 2021

The “Black Sabbath” bassist said the “Kerrang! Magazine ”:“ Cardi B got me with this 'Wap' song pissed off.
LooMee TV, November 14, 2020

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Entries from our dictionary that contain "pissed off":

sickly:… Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA: [ˈzɪkɪç] Word meaning / Definition: 1) colloquial, Rhineland: pissed off, angry, annoyed Origin of the term: sicken colloquial ...

sick: ... si | cki | cher, superlative: si | ckichs | ten Word meaning / definition: 1) colloquial, Rhineland: pissed off, pissed off, annoyed Origin of the term: sicken colloquially ...

piss on: anpissen (German) Part of Speech: Verb Conjugations: Present: ich pisse an; you piss on; he, she, it pisses on past tense: I pissed on past participle: pissed off subjunctive II: I pissed on ...

vénère:… Plural: [venɛʁ], [venɛʁ] Word meaning / definition: 1) colloquial: annoyed, pissed off, angry, angry Origin of the term: attested since 1991; Verlan for ...

pissed off: pissed off (German) pissed off is an outdated spelling of pissed off, which has not been correct since the 1996 reform.


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pissed off (German) Part of speech: Declined form No longer valid spellings: pissed off hyphenation: an | ge | piss | te…

pissed off (German) Part of speech: Declined form No longer valid spellings: pissed off Hyphenation: an | ge | piss | tem…

pissed off (German) Part of speech: Declined form No longer valid spellings: pissed Hyphenation: an | ge | piss | ten ...

pissed off (German) Part of speech: Declined form No longer valid spellings: pissed off hyphenation: an | ge | piss | ter…

pissed off (German) Part of speech: Declined form No longer valid spellings: pissed off Hyphenation: an | ge | piss | tes…

pissed off (German) Pissed is an outdated spelling of pissed, which has not been used since the 1996 reform ...

pissed off (German) Pissed is an outdated spelling of pissed, which has not been used since the 1996 reform ...

pissed off (German) Pissed off is an outdated spelling of pissed off, which has not been used since the 1996 reform ...

pissed off (German) Pissed off is an outdated spelling of pissed off, which has not been used since the 1996 reform ...