English version

outstay/overstay your welcome

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutstay/overstay your welcomeoutstay/overstay your welcomeSTAY/NOT LEAVEto stay at someone’s house longer than they want you to welcome
Examples from the Corpus
outstay/overstay your welcomeSome parts of her book overstay their welcome.I never overstayed my welcome and always dreamed up some excuse if any of them suggested meeting me outside working hours.I had been there almost two hours, and had perhaps overstayed my welcome.We complain if a band stays away too long; we complain if they outstay their welcome.Either way, the free sections often seem to outstay their welcome.It would be senseless to overstay their welcome.
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