Slang definition of RACKED−OFF

RACKED−OFF means: Racked−off is British and Australian slang for irritated, disgruntled, annoyed.

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RACKED−OFF means: Racked−off is British and Australian slang for irritated, disgruntled, annoyed.

Slang meaning of RACKED−OFF

RACKED−OFF means: Racked−off is British and Australian slang for irritated, disgruntled, annoyed.

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Meaning of RACKED−OFF

RACKED−OFF means: Racked−off is British and Australian slang for irritated, disgruntled, annoyed.

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RACKED−UP means: Racked−up is American slang for tense, nervous, worried.

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