spokenused to say that you are no longer interested in doing something, because you already have a lot of experience of it
WORD CHOICE: WORD CHOICE: been in, been to, went toUse been inwhen you are living or staying in a place• How long have you been in London? • He had been in hospital for several days.Use been towhen you have visited a place and come back again• Have you ever been to Kyoto? • She's been to the hospital for a check-up. Use went to(the simple past) to talk about a specific trip you made in the past• Last May I went to a conference in Montreal.
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.