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  • Dead chuffed.

  • If you're really pleased about something, you can say, "I'm dead chuffed."

  • "Chuffed" is an informal word, which means pleased or happy.

  • For example, Carlo was chuffed to see Maria again; I'm so chuffed that I passed my exam.

  • Dead is a common way of saying "really" in informal British English.

  • We usually use "dead" before an adjective, for example, "It's dead hot today."

  • My best friends are dead cool.

  • The rain was dead heavy this morning.

  • So, dead chuffed means very happy.

  • When was the last time you were dead chuffed?

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