- • very happy, delighted. eg. "I'm really chuffed with that".
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chuffed — has the general colloquial meaning ‘pleased, delighted’: • You were pleased at the time. Chuffed in fact. Paul Scott, 1977. In some local uses in the UK the word also means the exact opposite, ‘displeased, disgruntled’: • Don t let on they re… … Modern English usage
chuffed — [tʃʌft] adj [not before noun] BrE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: Northern English dialect chuff round and fat, happy ] very pleased or happy ▪ He s really chuffed about passing the exam … Dictionary of contemporary English
chuffed — [ tʃʌft ] adjective BRITISH INFORMAL very pleased about something … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
chuffed — ► ADJECTIVE Brit. informal ▪ delighted. ORIGIN from dialect chuff «plump or pleased» … English terms dictionary
chuffed — [chuft] adj. [Brit. Informal] Brit. Informal 1. pleased, delighted, gratified, etc. 2. disgruntled, displeased, unhappy, etc … English World dictionary
chuffed — adj British delighted, pleased. The word s meaning stretches from flattered to excited. It probably originates in northern English dialect (meaning puffed up and proud) and is still most frequently heard in the North and Midlands. Embellished… … Contemporary slang
chuffed — [[t]tʃʌ̱ft[/t]] ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ, oft ADJ about/with n, ADJ to inf, ADJ that If you are chuffed about something, you are very pleased about it. [BRIT, INFORMAL] She had just moved into a new house and was pretty chuffed about that... I m… … English dictionary
chuffed — Adj. Pleased, delighted. Compare with dischuffed and chuffed to buggery . E.g. I m well chuffed at the result. 1950s … English slang and colloquialisms
chuffed — I Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) pleased; as in he was dead chuffed II Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Pleased (usually with oneself.) See dischuffed III Yorkshire Dialect Pleased with oneself … English dialects glossary
chuffed — pleased; as in he was dead chuffed … Kiwi (New Zealand slang)
Chuffed — You would be chuffed to bits if you were really pleased about something … The American's guide to speaking British