tick off

tick off  {v.}
1. To mention one after the other; list.
The teacher ticked off the assignments that Jane had to do.
2. To scold; rebuke.
The boss ticked off the waitress for dropping her tray.
3. To anger or upset. — Usually used as ticked off.
She was ticked off at him for breaking their dinner date again.
Categories: anger {v.}