[cheez-klawth, -kloth] /ˈtʃizˌklɔθ, -ˌklɒθ/
a lightweight cotton fabric of open texture.
a loosely woven cotton cloth formerly used only for wrapping cheese
[cheezd] /tʃizd/ adjective, Chiefly British Slang. 1. disgusted; fed up (usually followed by off). [cheez] /tʃiz/ noun 1. the curd of milk separated from the whey and prepared in many ways as a food. 2. a definite mass of this substance, often in the shape of a wheel or cylinder. 3. something of similar shape […]
[cheezd] /tʃizd/ adjective, Chiefly British Slang. 1. disgusted; fed up (usually followed by off). adjective exasperated; greatly annoyed, irritated; also called cheesed , also written cheesed off Usage Note UK, slang adjective See cheesed-off adj. “disgruntled, exasperated,” 1941, British slang, origin obscure, connections uncertain. See cheese (n.1), cheese (n.2), cheesy.
noun, Slang. 1. an informer; rat. 2. a person who betrays, denies, or abandons his or her associates, social group, beliefs, etc. noun phrase (also cheese eater, cheesy rider) An informer or other despicable person; rat (1940s+)