have had a bellyful

have had a bellyful
British very informal
to be annoyed because you have done too much of something, spent too much time with someone etc

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  • have had a bellyful of — (something) informal if you have had a bellyful of an unpleasant situation or someone s bad behaviour, you have had much too much of it and it has made you angry. He s probably had a bellyful of your moaning …   New idioms dictionary

  • have had a bellyful — british very informal phrase to be annoyed because you have done too much of something, spent too much time with someone etc Thesaurus: to be, or to become angry or annoyedsynonym Main entry: bellyful …   Useful english dictionary

  • have had a bellyful of something — have had a bellyful of (something) informal if you have had a bellyful of an unpleasant situation or someone s bad behaviour, you have had much too much of it and it has made you angry. He s probably had a bellyful of your moaning …   New idioms dictionary

  • have had a bellyful of somebody — have had a ˈbellyful of sb/sth idiom (informal) to have had more than enough of sb/sth, so that you cannot deal with any more • I ve had a bellyful of your moaning. Main entry: ↑bellyfulidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • have had a bellyful of something — have had a ˈbellyful of sb/sth idiom (informal) to have had more than enough of sb/sth, so that you cannot deal with any more • I ve had a bellyful of your moaning. Main entry: ↑bellyfulidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • bellyful — bel|ly|ful [ˈbeliful] n have had a bellyful of sb/sth informal to be annoyed by someone or something because you have had to deal with them for too long ▪ I d had a bellyful of his family by the end of the weekend …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bellyful — noun have had a bellyful of informal to be annoyed by something because you have heard or experienced too much of it: I ve had a bellyful of your complaints …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bellyful — bel|ly|ful [ beli,ful ] noun have had a bellyful BRITISH VERY INFORMAL to be tired and annoyed because you have done too much of something, spent too much time with someone, etc …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bellyful — /ˈbɛlifʊl/ (say beleefool) Colloquial –noun 1. enough or more than enough. –phrase 2. have had a bellyful, (sometimes followed by of) to have reached the limit of one s patience or tolerance …  

  • bellyful — UK [ˈbelɪfʊl] / US [ˈbelɪˌfʊl] noun have had a bellyful …   English dictionary

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