Idiom: have had it
Idiom: have had it (with someone/something)
- not willing to continue doing or experiencing something
Note: this is often because you’re tired or frustrated
- Don’t talk to me like that again. I’ve had it with your attitude.
- We’ve been walking around trying to find the shop for three hours and I’ve had it—let’s go home.
- Let's go see a movie. I've had it with all the pharmaceutical commercials on TV.
- I've had it with work and desperately need a vacation soon.
- I'd finally had it with the hour-and-a-half commute each way to and from work and quit my job last week.
- We've changed our return policy to two weeks because we've had it with customers who return items after several months.
- We've had it with all of the noise and traffic of the city and will be moving to the suburbs this summer.
- Hasn't she had it with her boyfriend yet? He treats her so poorly and is rude to us as well.
- fed up
- sick and tired
- up to here
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