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tee off

tee off

See:
tee
part of speech: phrase
definition 1: to begin play in a game of golf or on a single hole.
definition 2: (informal) to begin; start.
definition 3: (slang) to anger; irritate.
Her comments really teed me off.
similar words:
aggravate, exasperate, irk, peeve
definition 4: (slang) to attack verbally (usu. fol. by on).
He teed off on me for forgetting his birthday.