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to tire oneself out

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  • knock oneself out — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. slave, labor, do one s utmost, exhaust oneself; see tire 1 , 2 , work 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • knock someone out — 1 I hit him and knocked him out: KNOCK UNCONSCIOUS, knock senseless; floor, prostrate; informal lay out, put out cold, KO, kayo. 2 England was knocked out: ELIMINATE, beat, defeat, vanquish, overwhelm …   Useful english dictionary

  • wear out — {v.} 1a. To use or wear until useless. * /Bobby got a toy truck that would run on a battery, and he used it so much that he soon wore it out./ * /The stockings are so worn out that they can t be mended any more./ Compare: GIVE OUT(4), USE UP. 1b …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • wear out — {v.} 1a. To use or wear until useless. * /Bobby got a toy truck that would run on a battery, and he used it so much that he soon wore it out./ * /The stockings are so worn out that they can t be mended any more./ Compare: GIVE OUT(4), USE UP. 1b …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • wear\ out — v 1a. To use or wear until useless. Bobby got a toy truck that would run on a battery, and he used it so much that he soon wore it out. The stockings are so worn out that they can t be mended any more. Compare: give out(4), use up 1b. To become… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • exhaust one's strength — tire oneself out, use up all of one s energy or resources …   English contemporary dictionary

  • knock — [näk] vi. [ME knokken < OE cnocian, akin to ON knoka, MHG knochen, to press < echoic base > KNACK] 1. to strike a blow or blows with the fist or some hard object; esp., to rap on a door 2. to bump; collide; clash 3. to make a thumping,… …   English World dictionary

  • try — [n] attempt all one’s got*, best shot*, bid, crack*, dab, effort, endeavor, essay, fling*, go*, jab*, pop*, shot*, slap*, stab*, striving, struggle, trial, undertaking, whack*, whirl*; concepts 87,677 Ant. abstention try [v1] attempt aim, aspire …   New thesaurus

  • overdo — v 1. do to excess, carry too far, go overboard, not know when to stop, carry or go to extremes; be intemperate, overindulge, overeat; run riot, be uncontrolled, be unrestrained. 2. overact, overplay, be histrionic, Sl. ham it up, rant, spout,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • trachle — I. ˈtraḵəl, rȧk verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: perhaps from Flemish tragelen, trakelen to walk with difficulty, drag, trail; akin to Middle Dutch traech slow, heavy, sluggish, Old High German trāgi sluggish, slow, Lithuanian drižti to become… …   Useful english dictionary

  • try — v 1. attempt, essay, endeavor, undertake, try one s hand at, venture, seek, aim; strive, make an effort, struggle, push, break one s neck, bend over backward, knock oneself out, Inf. do one s damnedest; All Inf. have a go at, take a crack or shot …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder


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