Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pissed"

The meaning of "Pissed" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does pissed of mean?
A: very angry/irritated
Q: What does pissed mean?
A: not really a swear word, it is slang, it isn't a nice thing to say, it is more like vulgar word like shit or crap probably came from the UK for piss off
Q: What does pissed off mean?
A: Example sentences “Nothing pisses me off like a bad driver.” “She seemed pissed off when I saw her yesterday.” “It would piss anyone off to have their idea stolen.”
Q: What does pissed off mean?
A: extremely angry
Q: What does pissed off mean?
A: To be angry or very angry

Example sentences using "Pissed"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pissed.
A: Two meanings: Pissed (off) = Very angry I’m pissed (off) he didn’t call me. Don’t get pissed (off) at me! She was really pissed (off) about the date. Pissed = slightly rude way to refer to urination (past tense of “to piss”) He pissed in the bushes. The dog pissed all over the floor! I pissed myself.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pissed.
A: US English Pissed is usually used to express anger. He was pissed off because he lost the bet. Don’t be so pissed about losing. That really pisses me off! UK English Let’s go the pub and get pissed. (Drunk) Piss off! (Really rude way to say leave me alone)
Q: Please show me example sentences with pissed off .
A: To be pissed off means to be very annoyed/angry. Examples: I did it because I was pissed off at him. What you did really pissed me off. Don't touch her hair or else she will be really pissed off. I am always pissed off when people ignore me.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pissed.
A: I am pissed off - I’m angry. I am going to take a piss - Going to the bathroom. You’re pissing me off - The person saying this is angry or getting angry. He/She made me pissed off - Is angry because of a certain person. It is a certain type of slang word that is usually used when someone is upset.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pissed off.
A: pissed off just means very angry. So for example " I failed my math exam... my mom is going to be pissed off"

Synonyms of "Pissed" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pissed off and angry ?
A: Same thing but pissed off is more if you're really mad and angry is more common
Q: What is the difference between pissed at me and pissed off me ?
A: "Pissed at me" means there is a person who is angry towards me. "Pissed off me" means someone angered me. You can also say " they pissed me off."
Q: What is the difference between pissed and drunk ?
A: Pissed means you're angry at someone, drunk means you've drank too much alcohol
Q: What is the difference between pissed and pissed off ?
A: They are the same
Q: What is the difference between pissed from your decision and pissed off your decision ?
A: The first could mean they were so surprised or scared by the decision they "pissed themselves"(this is a very common expression. "That movie scared me so bad I almost pissed myself!") The second means they're angry about the decision. "Pissed off" is a phrase to say they're very angry.

Translations of "Pissed"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? could you tell me please meaning of pissed off
A: pissed off = annoyed and angry
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? got pissed up
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pissed off
A: @sarraaa: means your mad f--k off is even worst

Other questions about "Pissed"

Q: I would have her pissed does this sound natural?
A: A little more context would've helped but yes. this drink'll have you pissed (drunk) in no time. if I gave her that drink, I would have her pissed in no time. sounds rapey.
Q: Can using "pissed me off" be impolite?
A: I would say that "pissed me off" is USUALLY considered impolite. It's something you'd say around someone you're close to (family & friends - friends more than family, I'd say) and already know how they feel about strong language. It's not something I'd use in public. It'd get your point across, but I would consider it a low level profanity. Upset/pissed is the difference between darn/damn, I'd say.
Q: Which is the most natural? "she made me angry/she got me angry/she pissed me off"
A: First and third sound most natural. Second one might be natural too but I hear the first one more often.
Q: I'm a little pissed just now. does this sound natural?
A: @BookMany126: instead of "I'm a little pissed just now" it should be " I'm a little pissed right now" 😊

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