Fed up to the back teeth

Fed up to the back teeth
disgusted

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • fed up to the back teeth — When you are extremely irritated and fed up with something or someone, you are fed up to the back teeth …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • fed up to the back teeth —    When you are extremely irritated and fed up with something or someone, you are fed up to the back teeth.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Fed up to the back teeth —   When you are extremely irritated and fed up with something or someone, you are fed up to the back teeth …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • be fed up to the back teeth — be fed up/sick to the back teeth British & Australian, informal to be bored or angry because a bad situation has continued for too long or a subject has been discussed too much. He s been treating me badly for two years and, basically, I m fed up …   New idioms dictionary

  • be fed sick to the back teeth — be fed up/sick to the back teeth British & Australian, informal to be bored or angry because a bad situation has continued for too long or a subject has been discussed too much. He s been treating me badly for two years and, basically, I m fed up …   New idioms dictionary

  • fed up to the back teeth — Australian Slang disgusted …   English dialects glossary

  • fed up — adjective having a strong distaste from surfeit grew more and more disgusted fed up with their complaints sick of it all sick to death of flattery gossip that makes one sick tired of the noise and smoke • Syn: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • fed up */ — UK / US adjective [not usually before noun] informal annoyed or bored with something that you feel you have accepted for too long fed up with: I m fed up with this job. be/get fed up (with) doing something: She d got fed up with waiting and gone… …   English dictionary

  • teeth — /tiθ / (say teeth) plural noun 1. plural of tooth. 2. the punitive sections of a legislation, ruling, etc., meant to ensure its enforcement: give a regulation teeth. –phrase 3. be fed (up) to the (back) teeth with, Colloquial to be heartily sick… …  

  • fed up — adjective (not before noun) informal annoyed or bored, and wanting something to change (+ with): I m really fed up with this weather why can t it be sunny for a change? | You look really fed up what s the matter? | get fed up: In the end she got… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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