You’ll learn some different ways of saying tired so that you can improve your vocabulary and take your English to the next level.
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A little bit tired
ready for bed
I can barely keep my eyes open
dead on my feet
I’m going to conk out
ready to drop
I’m beat (US)
tuckered out (US)
A person can be tired and a thing can appear tired:
‘Our old sofa is looking tired and worn.’
‘That tired old argument won’t convince anyone.’
Expressions with tired
To be/feel tired
Sick and tired
To get tired (become tired)
I’m tired of…telling you to put your clothes away/tidy your room/speak in English.
…and now it’s your turn to practise your English.
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