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adjective [not usually before noun] informal fed up pronunciation in British English

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  1. annoyed or bored with something that you feel you have accepted for too long
    fed up with:

    I'm fed up with this job.

    fed up of:

    White working class men are fed-up of being ignored.

    be/get fed up (with) doing something:

    She'd got fed up with waiting and gone home.

    fed up to the back teeth (=very annoyed):

    I'm fed up to the back teeth with him.


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