Meaning of be crook on in English:

be crook on


informal Australian, New Zealand
  • Be annoyed by.

    • ‘you're crook on me because I didn't walk out with you’
    • ‘What fascinated me though was in Wallace's communist football Utopia he was crook on what some clubs were able to pay their assistant coaches.’
    • ‘I was crook on them, but fortunately with time you learn to give it up.’
    • ‘‘What a relief, I'd have been crook on myself if I'd have mucked up then, ’.’
    • ‘‘Madam, you've been crook on me ever since I refused to sleep with you’.’