estar harto

estar harto(
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to be annoyed)
a. to be fed up
Hay un montón de trabajo por hacer, y encima ahora ella se va de vacaciones. ¡Estoy harto!There's a lot of work to do, and on top of everything, she goes on vacation. I'm fed up!
b. to have had enough
Ellos se pelean y a mí siempre me toca mediar. ¡Ya estoy harta, hombre!They fight and then I always have to mediate between them. I've really had enough of that!
2. (to be annoyed with; used with "de")
a. to be fed up with
Estoy harto de mis vecinos y de su insoportable música.I'm fed up with my neighbors and their unbearable music.
b. to be tired of
Mi madre dice que está harta de hacer todo el trabajo de la casa sin que nadie se lo agradezca.My mother says she's tired of doing all the housework without anyone showing any appreciation.
c. to be sick of
La gente está harta de que el gobierno les tome el pelo.People are sick of being taken for a ride by the government.
d. to be sick and tired of
Ya estoy harta de tus caprichos y tonterías. ¡Se acabó! ¡Dame el celular!I'm sick and tired of your whims and nonsense. That's it! Give me your cellphone!
3. (to be stuffed)
a. to be full
Al final de la comida, estábamos hartos a más no poder. Yo esa noche no cené.By the end of the meal we were as full as can be. I didn't have dinner that night.
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