wear out (2)
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Meaning: If something wears you out, it makes you feel tired and lacking in energy.Synonym: exhaust, tire
- wear sb out Helen doesn't really like teaching young kids. She says the job really wears her out.
- worn out It's no wonder that you get worn out. You're raising three kids and you have a full-time job.
If somebody says they feel worn out, they should
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Contributor: Matt Errey