US: /ˈwɪɹi/
UK: /wˈi‍əɹi/

English Vietnamese dictionary

weary /'wiəri/
  • tính từ
    • mệt, mệt mỏi, rã rời, mệt lử
      • weary in body and mind: mệt mỏi cả thể xác lẫn tinh thần
    • chán, ngấy, chán ngắt
      • to be weary of someone's complaints: chán về những lời than phiền của người nào
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm cho mỏi mệt
    • làm cho chán ngắt
    • nội động từ
      • trở nên mệt, mệt
      • to weary for
        • mong mỏi
      • to weary for love: tương tư
      • to weary of
        • chán
      • to weary of doing something: chán không muốn làm gì

    Advanced English dictionary

    adjective, verb
    + adjective (wearier, weariest)
    1 very tired, especially after you have been working hard or doing sth for a long time: a weary traveller + She suddenly felt old and weary. + a weary sigh / smile
    2 (literary) making you feel tired or bored: a weary journey + weary hours spent in negotiation
    3 ~ of sth / of doing sth (formal) no longer interested in or enthusiastic about sth: Students soon grow weary of listening to a parade of historical facts.
    wearily adverb: He closed his eyes wearily.
    weariness noun [U]
    + verb (wearies, wearying, wearied, wearied)
    1 [VN] (formal) to make sb feel tired
    Synonym: TIRE
    a wearying tour around the museums and art galleries
    2 [V] ~ of sth / of doing sth to lose your interest in or enthusiasm for sth
    Synonym: TIRE
    She soon wearied of his stories.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 tired, fatigued, exhausted, worn out, drained, spent, Colloq all in, ready to drop, fagged (out), done in, dead (on (one's) feet), frazzled, dead beat, dog-tired, Brit knocked up, US knocked out, Slang Brit whacked, knackered, US pooped, zonked (out), shot:
    He is so weary after work that he can scarcely eat his dinner.
    2 boring, irksome, irritating, tedious, vexing, annoying, exasperating, burdensome, wearying, tiring, fatiguing, draining, taxing, wearisome:
    We walked many a weary mile before reaching the oasis.
    3 bored, impatient, jaded, blasé, Colloq fed up, sick and tired, Taboo Slang browned off:
    I wish he would wipe that weary expression off his smug face.
    4 Often, weary of. tire (of), be or become bored (with or by) or impatient (with) or jaded (with or by), Colloq be or become fed up (with) or sick and tired (of):
    I soon wearied of her nagging.
    5 exhaust, enervate, fatigue, tire, debilitate, drain, tax, wear or tire out:
    The long trek across country had wearied us all.

    Collocation dictionary


    be, feel, look, seem, sound | become, grow
    I've grown rather weary of all your excuses.


    very | almost
    His voice sounded almost weary.
    | a bit, a little, rather
    She looks a little weary.


    The people are weary of war.

    Concise English dictionary

    wearied|wearier|weariest|wearies|wearying'wɪrɪ /'wɪər
    +exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
    +get tired of something or somebody
    +physically and mentally fatigued