Translation of fed up in Spanish:

fed up

adj

[colloquial/familiar] (usually predicative/generalmente predicativo)
  • 1.1 (exasperated) fed up (with sb/sth/-ing) harto (de algn/algo/+ infinitive/infinitivo) I'm fed up (with) hearing the same old excuses estoy harta de oír siempre las mismas excusas to get fed up hartarse
    More example sentences
    • 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.
    1.2 (displeased, despondent) (British English/inglés británico) 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

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