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chuffed

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[ chuhft ]
/ tʃʌft /
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adjective British Informal.
delighted; pleased; satisfied.
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Origin of chuffed

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First recorded in 1855–60; see origin at chuff2, -ed2

Other definitions for chuffed (2 of 2)

chuffed2
[ chuhft ]
/ tʃʌft /

adjective British Informal.
annoyed; displeased; disgruntled.

Origin of chuffed

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1825–35; compare dial. (mainly S England) chuff, choff ill-tempered, surly, probably to be identified with chuff1
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British Dictionary definitions for chuffed

chuffed
/ (tʃʌft) /

adjective
British slang pleased or delightednone too chuffed
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