bellyful Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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Definition of "bellyful" - British English Dictionary

bellyfulnoun

uk   us   /ˈbel.i.fʊl/ informal
have had a bellyful of sb/sth to have had more than you can deal with of someone or something bad or annoying: I've had a bellyful of their lies.
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