Idiom: fed up
Idiom: fed up (with someone/something)
- to be bothered and angry by someone/something
- My assistant was so fed up with driving through rush-hour traffic to the office that she quit.
- I'm fed up with my children's antisocial behavior.
- I'm fed up with your talking back to me. Give me your phone and go do your homework right now.
- We were fed up with our internet service and finally switched to Verizon last month.
- Our manager was fed up with the way one of our clients was treating us so he told them we don't want their business anymore.
- My father was fed up with the loud noise from the construction next door so we bought him a ticket to go stay with my sister in Florida for the next two weeks.
- Everyone was fed up with the local government so they voted in an entirely new city council at last month's elections.
- We've been so fed up with our puppy's behavior that we finally hired a trainer and also send him to obedience school twice a week.
- Aren't you fed up with the cold weather in Boston?
- sick and tired (of something)
- up to here (with something)
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