English version

have your limits

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave your limitshave your limitsspokenRIGHT/PROPER to have a set of rules about what is reasonable behaviour, and to not accept behaviour that does not follow these rules I have my limits. You will not use that kind of nasty language in class. limit
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have your limitsDenial does have its limits, though, whiteout being one of them.Joey is just kidding, but even I have my limits.I have my limits. You will not use that kind of nasty language in my class.Even saints, it seems, have their limits.But those official data sources have their limits.In a broader context, however, these variations have their limits.Alternatively it was seen by some as a warning to the opposition that the process of democratization would have its limits.
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