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have (just about) had it

infml to not be willing or able to continue doing something: We’ve been to three museums today and I’ve just about had it. infml If something has had it, it is not working any longer: This old vacuum cleaner has had it.
(Definition of have (just about) had it from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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