Meaning of “wear someone out” in the English Dictionary

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wear someone out

phrasal verb with wear us /weər/ verb past tense wore /wɔr, woʊr/ , past participle worn /wɔrn, woʊrn/

(MAKE TIRED)

to make someone very tired by demanding a lot of that person's work or attention:

He wears me out with his constant complaining.

(Definition of “wear someone out” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)