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me tienes harto
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (masculine) (first person singular)
a. I'm fed up with you
Solo llevamos un año de casados y me tienes harto. Quiero el divorcio.We've only been married for a year and I'm fed up with you. I want a divorce.
b. I'm tired of you
Si sabes que me tienes harto, ¿por qué sigues sacándome de mis casillas?If you know that I'm tired of you, why do you keep pushing my buttons?
c. I'm sick of you
Tomas dinero prestado y nunca lo devuelves. Me tienes harto. Nunca más.You borrow money and never return it. I'm sick of you. Never again.
d. I'm sick and tired of you
¿Sabes qué? Me tienes harto. No me vuelvas a llamar.You know what? I'm sick and tired of you. Don't call me again.
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