estar harto de

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estar harto de(
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tahr
 
ahr
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toh
 
deh
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A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to be annoyed with)
a. to be fed up with
Estamos hartos de este auto, que nos deja siempre tirados.We're fed up with this car that always leaves us stranded.
b. to be tired of
Los profesores están hartos de ser infravalorados y estar mal pagados.Teachers are tired of being undervalued and underpaid.
c. to be sick of
Yo ya estoy muy harta de cargar con la culpa de todo.I'm really sick of being blamed for everything.
d. to be sick and tired of
Estoy harto de ti y de tus promesas vacías.I'm sick and tired of you and your empty promises.
2. (to be stuffed with)
a. to be full
Claro, ahora estarás harto de pan y no querrás comerte las lentejas.Of course, now that you're full of bread, you won't be eating your lentil soup.
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