harto de

harto de(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (annoyed with)
a. fed up with
¿Ya no sois amigos Juan y tú? - Es muy pesado, y yo acabé harto de él.Aren't you and Juan friends any longer? - He's a bore, and I ended up being fed up with him.
b. tired of
No acabé la carrera. Terminé harto de tener que estudiar tanto.I didn't finish my degree. I ended up being tired of having to study so much.
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