have had it (up to here) with Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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have had it (up to here) with

to have suffered because of someone or something and to be no longer able to bear him, her, or it: I've had it up to here with you - get out! I've had it with foreign holidays.
Translations of “have had it (up to here) with”
in Chinese (Traditional) 受夠了…
in Chinese (Simplified) 受够了…
(Definition of have had it (up to here) with from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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