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[not before noun] ~ (with sb/sth) (especially spoken) bored or unhappy, especially with a situation that has continued for too long: You look fed up. What's the matter? + I'm fed up with waiting for her. + People are fed up with all these traffic jams. + In the end, I just got fed up with his constant complaining. + I wish he'd get a job. I'm fed up with it (= with the situation). + I'm fed up to the back teeth (= very fed up) with hearing about your problems.
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