English version

bellyful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbellyfulbel‧ly‧ful /ˈbelifʊl/ noun   have had a bellyful of somebody/something
Examples from the Corpus
bellyfulBob likes a Cadillac, because, being a Teamster, he gets a bellyful of road and likes a nice ride.But I'd had a bellyful of your family and I just wanted to stay out of the whole rotten business.
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