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en avoir assez/marre/gros/ras le bol

Submitted by evfokas on Mon, 23/09/2013 - 07:37

Idiomatic translations of "en avoir assez/marre/gros..."

Afrikaans
Siek en sat daarvoor
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Armenian
Մինչև կոկորդը կուշտ լինել
Azerbaijani
Boğaza yığıldım
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Bosnian
Što je dosta, dosta je
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Bulgarian
До гуша ми е дошло
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Czech
Všeho moc škodí
English
Enough is enough
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English
sick as a parrot
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English
to be fed up
English
to be sick (and tired / to death / to the back teeth)
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English
to have had it/enough
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English
sick and tired of
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French
Ça suffit
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French
en avoir plein le dos/les bottes/le cul
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Georgian
Kelshi amovida ra!
German
Ich habe die Nase voll
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German
Nun schlägt's aber dreizehn
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German
die Nase (Schnauze) voll haben (von jdm./etwas)
Greek
Αυτή ήταν η σταγόνα που ξεχείλισε το ποτήρι.
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Greek
είμαι αηδιασμένος/ως εδώ
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Greek
Ο κόμπος έφτασε στο χτένι.
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Greek
Ως εδώ και μην παρέκει !
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Greek
είμαι μπουχτισμένος
Hindi
जी भरना
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Italian
Quando è troppo è troppo
Japanese
もうたくさんだ!
Japanese
うんざりだ。
Persian
به اینجام رسیده، خسته شدم
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Serbian
Dosta mi je svega
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Spanish
estoy harto
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Arabic, English #1, #2, #3, Greek, Polish, Serbian
Spanish
Estoy hasta la coronilla/ estoy harto
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Spanish
Estoy satisfecho
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Spanish
estoy hasta las narices
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Swedish
Jag har fått nog/ jag är dödstrött på det
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Swedish
nu räcker det
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Swedish
nu får det vara nog
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Turkish
Bıkmak usanmak
Turkish
Artık burama geldi!
Turkish
yeter artık (canıma tak etti)
Ukrainian
по саму завязку
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Meanings of "en avoir assez/marre/gros..."

English

to get bored of something or someone.

Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta on Mon, 30/12/2019 - 11:34
Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta
French

être las de quelque chose.

Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta on Mon, 30/12/2019 - 11:13
Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta
French

être ennuyé

Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta on Mon, 30/12/2019 - 11:25
Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta
French

sentiment de fatigue a propos de quelque chose ou quelq'un.

Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta on Mon, 30/12/2019 - 11:45
Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta
German

es müde sein, es satt haben

Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta on Mon, 30/12/2019 - 12:01
Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta
Hindi

किसी चीज़ या व्यक्ति से परेशानी अगर वह कुछ ज़्यादा झेलनी पड़े।

Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta on Mon, 30/12/2019 - 11:41
Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta
Spanish

Estar cansada o cansado, hastiada o hastiado o llegar al hartazgo de alguien o algo

Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta on Mon, 30/12/2019 - 11:30
Explained by Ramesh MehtaRamesh Mehta