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I'm very tired

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  • tired — [ taırd ] adjective *** 1. ) needing to rest or sleep: She was too tired to do any more. My mother looked tired and ill. feel tired: He felt too tired to drive home. get tired: Kids can suddenly get very tired after playing for a time. a ) if a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • tired — W2S1 [taıəd US taırd] adj 1.) feeling that you want to sleep or rest so tired (that) ▪ I m so tired I could sleep for a week. too tired to do sth ▪ He was too tired to argue. ▪ He looks tired out (=very tired) . ▪ No, Frank said in a tired voice …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • tired */*/*/ — UK [ˈtaɪə(r)d] / US [ˈtaɪrd] adjective 1) a) needing to rest or sleep She was too tired to do any more. My mother looked tired and ill. get tired: Kids can suddenly get very tired after playing for a time. feel tired: He felt too tired to drive… …   English dictionary

  • tired — adjective 1 feeling that you want to sleep or rest: I m so tired I could sleep for a week. | She can t come tonight she says she s too tired. 2 bored with something because it is no longer interesting, or has become annoying: tired of doing sth:… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • tired*/*/*/ — [ˈtaɪəd] adj needing to rest or sleep Your mother looked tired.[/ex] Kids can suddenly get very tired after playing for a time.[/ex] • tired of (doing) sth not wanting something, or not wanting to do something, because you are bored or annoyed… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • very — ver|y [ veri ] function word *** Very can be used in the following ways: as an adverb (before adjectives and adverbs): It had been a long day and he was very tired. I always walk very quickly. She writes very well. as an adjective (only before a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • very */*/*/ — UK [ˈverɪ] / US adjective, adverb Summary: Very can be used in the following ways: as an adverb (before adjectives and adverbs): It had been a long day and he was very tired. ♦ I always walk very quickly. ♦ She writes very well. as an adjective… …   English dictionary

  • tired of (doing) something — phrase no longer wanting something or wanting to do something because you are bored with it or annoyed by it We were tired of waiting for him to call. get/​grow tired of doing something: She’s getting tired of going into that office every day.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • very — very, much 1. The uses of very and much as intensifying adverbs are for the most part complementary. Very qualifies adjectives and adverbs (very large / very slowly), whereas much qualifies past participles that are used as adjectives (a much… …   Modern English usage

  • tired — adj. 1 needing rest VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem, sound ▪ become, get ▪ leave sb, make s …   Collocations dictionary

  • Tired and emotional — This article is about the euphemism. For the album by Mary Coughlan, see Tired and Emotional. The phrase tired and emotional is a chiefly British euphemism for drunk. It was popularised by the British satirical magazine Private Eye in 1967 after… …   Wikipedia


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