To Be Fed Up – American Idiom Lesson

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to be FED UP (with)

to be FED UP (with)
When you are fed up, you are very annoyed or upset. We use fed up with when we mention the thing that we are very annoyed or upset about. You can be fed up with someone or fed up with our situation.

  • My boss is a jerk! I am so fed up with my job.
  • I am fed up with the traffic in this city.

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