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Fed up, pissed off, disappointed.
Thought by some to have come from a euphemism for 'buggered', it is actually of 14th Century English origin, the original phrase was to be in a "Brown study", where 'brown' = dark & sombre, 'study' = a daydreamy state. Meaning has shifted to today's meaning, and the phrase has become "Browned off".
"I'm really browned off that I paid £50 for a ticket, and couldn't get in to the show."
by Phil Gillet August 13, 2007
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1. to be very annoyed
2. another word for thorough cooking of meat
3. to be off your face on heroin
1. Teacher: "i am really browned off now"
2. Mom: "dinner will be soon just letting the meat brown off"
3. Pete: "oh shit ted was browned off at the weekend"
by Hypetrack April 20, 2008
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