1) Broken or otherwise non-functional

It looks like Dave's computer is cheesed again.

2) Extremely happy.

Every time I see Julie, I'm cheesed.

3) To be extremely angry with someone or something, extreme aggression

Ex. That guy hit your car? I'd be cheesed!

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  • cheesed — [[t]tʃizd[/t]] adj. chiefly brit. sl. angry, annoyed, or disgusted (usu. fol. by off). Stop that infernal noise I m getting quite cheesed off.[/ex] • Etymology: [1940 45] …   From formal English to slang

  • cheesed — /tʃizd/ (say cheezd) adjective Colloquial → cheesed off …   Australian English dictionary

  • cheesed — /cheezd/, adj. Chiefly Brit. Slang. disgusted; fed up (usually fol. by off). [1940 45; orig. obscure] * * * …   Universalium

  • Cheesed — adj irritated; annoyed …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • cheesed — Australian Slang adj irritated; annoyed …   English dialects glossary

  • cheesed — tʃiːz n. food substance made from milk v. stop (Slang) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • CHEESED — …   Useful english dictionary

  • cheesed off — [ ,tʃizd ɔf ] adjective BRITISH INFORMAL feeling annoyed or disappointed about something: FED UP: cheesed off about: She sounded really cheesed off about it …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • cheesed off — [ˌtʃi:zd ˈɔf US ˈo:f] adj BrE bored and annoyed with something ▪ You sound really cheesed off …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cheesed off — adjective greatly annoyed; out of patience had an exasperated look on his face felt exasperated beyond endurance • Syn: ↑exasperated, ↑browned off • Similar to: ↑displeased * * * adj fed up …   Useful english dictionary

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