harto. 'harto'. This adjective means '0'. For example, 'estoy harta de las quejas de René' / 'I am fed up with Rene's complaints'. Harto.
1. full (de comida)
2. tired (cansado) (de of), fed up (de with)
- me tiene harto, -a con el piano -> I'm fed up of him and his piano
- estoy harto, -a de repetírtelo -> I'm sick and tired of telling you
article & past participle
1. Irregular of HARTAR.
2. Satiate, satiated, glutted.
3. Sufficient, full, complete.
- Estar harto de -> to be fed up with
1 (cansado) fed up (familiar)
¡ya estamos hartos! we've had enough!; we're fed up! (familiar); ¡me tienes harto! I'm fed up with you! (familiar)
estar harto de algo/algn to be tired of sth/sb; be fed up with sth/sb (familiar); be sick of sth/sb (familiar)
estaban un poco hartos de tanta publicidad they were a bit tired of all the publicity; they were a bit fed up with o sick of all the publicity (familiar)
está harto de su jefe he's fed up with o sick of his boss (familiar)
estar harto de hacer algo to be tired of doing sth; be fed up of doing sth (familiar); be sick of doing sth (familiar)
está harto de no tener dinero he's tired o fed up (familiar) o sick of (familiar) not having any money
estar harto de que to be fed up with (familiar); be sick of (familiar)
estamos hartos de que lleguen siempre tarde we're tired of o fed up with (familiar) o sick of (familiar) them arriving late
ocurre con harta frecuencia it happens very often o very frequently; tienen hartas razones para sentirse ofendidos they have plenty of reasons to feel offended(Latinoamérica) plenty of; a lot of
usaste harta harina you used plenty of o a lot of flour
hartos chilenos plenty of o a lot of Chileans; ha habido hartos accidentes there have been a lot of o plenty of accidents
1 (con adjetivo) very; extremely
una tarea harto difícil a very difficult task; an extremely difficult task(Latinoamérica) very
llegaron harto cansados they were very tired when they arrived
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