adj[colloquial/familiar] (usu pred)
- 1.1 (exasperated) fed up (
withsb/sth/ -ing) harto ( dealgn/algo/+ inf) I'm fed up (with) hearing the same old excuses estoy harta de oír siempre las mismas excusas to get fed up hartarseMore example sentences1.2 (displeased, despondent) (BrE) she didn't win and she's very fed up about it no ganó y está muy disgustada I'm (feeling) generally fed up today hoy estoy algo deprimido or alicaído
- I am fed up hearing cars hurtling past on that road and nothing being done about it.
- At that time Jon and I were getting fed up spending all our time in a small flat in London.
- Anyway, in the end I got fed up waiting for the mystery singer to finish his shower.
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