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fed upadjective

 us   /ˈfed ˈʌp/ infml
annoyed or disgusted by something that you have experienced for too long: I’m just fed up with his excuses for not getting his work done.
Translations of “fed up”
in Korean 지긋지긋한…
in Arabic سَئم, مُتْخَم…
in Portuguese farto, cheio…
in Catalan fart…
in Japanese 飽き飽きした…
in Italian stufo, scocciato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 厭倦的, 厭煩的, 失望的…
in Russian сытый по горло…
in Turkish bıkmış, bıkkın, usanmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 厌倦的, 厌烦的, 失望的…
in Polish znudzony, ≈ mieć dość…
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