What does the idiom "hacked off" mean?
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- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Hacked Off - pissed off, angry, frustrated.
Ex.: What's the matter with Bob, he sounds hacked off?
- LaurenLv 44 years ago
It means you have a chain attached with a ball(usually a heavy metal ball) and you are dragging it around. The words mean, he has decide that he will not simply stand there and let someone chain him like others do. He will not grow up tame, meaning he will fight wildly against it.
- picadorLv 71 decade ago
I've only heard the phrase used literally; as when somebody cuts off a piece of something/somebody by repeated clumsy blows.
- 1 decade ago
It depends on the context, but typically it is simply another way of saying "pissed off" or "ticked off."
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- ChubaKillerLv 41 decade ago
It means you've done something dumb beacuse of actions of you friends
- LexieLv 71 decade ago