Are there multiple idiomatic meanings for this word, or am I missing some kind of unifying theme? It is derived from that, as indicated mind, so it can get a bit confusing. The phrase is in common usage throughout British society, employed by headline writers in broadsheet gazettes  and tabloids  as well as colloquially. As a native Br E speaker, I've always felt 'pissed off' can mean anywhere from 'depressed' to Piss she taking but always with a shade of disgruntlement or dissatisfaction. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sign up using Piss she taking and Password.