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Definición de “have had it with someone/something” en inglés

have had it with someone/something

to not be willing to continue to deal with someone or something: I’ve had it with this job – I’m quitting.
(Definition of have had it with someone/something from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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