since 1997, the world's premier FREE website for learners + teachers of English
Get EnglishClub Progress! FREE

I've had it (up to here) with

INFORMAL
This page is about the conversational phrase I've had it (up to here) with

Meaning

You can say this if you're angry with someone and you've had enough of their bad behaviour.

For example

  • His wife said, "I've had it up to here with you and all your lies. I'm leaving!"

  • "I've had it with you and your miserable wages! I quit!"

Quick Quiz

If someone says "I've had it with you!", you must have

a. done something wrong

b. done something right

c. done something nice

Contributor: Matt Errey