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It's really common to use the slang “Pissed” in English. For example, “He gets pissed really fast”, “I am pissed with him” etc.

What are the common expressions equivalent of “Piss”?

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    "He gets pissed really fast" is ambiguous. It could mean: #1 angry; #2 drunk. "Pissed off" is less ambiguous. – Micromégas Apr 20 '12 at 17:00
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There is all the range of words for "angry" that you can use, such as:

  • Être fâché / Se fâcher facilement
  • Être en colère / Se mettre en colère facilement
  • Être furieux / Se mettre en furie facilement
  • Être énervé / S'énerver facilement

If you want slang, you can use this:

  • Être en pétard / Se mettre en pétard facilement

If you're in Québec, you can also use this:

  • Être en (beau) maudit / Se mettre en maudit facilement
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Let's try to give some translations in context.

  • He gets pissed really fast, in familiar speech:

    Il en faut pas beaucoup pour le rendre furax.

  • I am pissed with him, in (common) vulgar slang:

    Il me fait chier.

    Il m'emmerde.

  • Y s'vénèr facile. – Destal May 9 '17 at 9:17

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