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English definition of “at the end of your rope”

at the end of your rope

( also at the end of your tether)
to have no more patience or strength: I’m at the end of my rope with these kids!
(Definition of at the end of your rope from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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