TIRED OF: meaning and examples
Today's expression is: To get or become tired of something; to tire of something
Meaning: to become bored with somebody or something or begin to enjoy them less.
Many people are tired of trying to learn English in academies because their progress is so slow. They would be better off learning on their own.
The children finally tired of watching television and went outside to play.
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Have a good day.