Meaning of “have had it (up to here) with” in the English Dictionary

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"have had it (up to here) with" in British English

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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.

(Definition of “have had it (up to here) with” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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