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Meaning of "fed up with" #1 (permalink) Fri Jan 28, 2005 3:37 am   Meaning of "fed up with"
 

Test No. incompl/inter-1 "Applying for that Job", question 3

They are completely ......... up with all the noise in the centre of town.

(a) tired
(b) fed
(c) sick
(d) ill

Test No. incompl/inter-1 "Applying for that Job", answer 3

They are completely fed up with all the noise in the centre of town.

Correct answer: (b) fed

Your answer was: incorrect
They are completely sick up with all the noise in the centre of town.
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why cant use fed up?

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Meaning of fed up with #2 (permalink) Fri Jan 28, 2005 10:34 am   Meaning of fed up with
 

fed up with is the correct answer.

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Meaning of fed up with #3 (permalink) Mon Dec 31, 2007 21:51 pm   Meaning of fed up with
 

i am new at this site. but i m happy right now :D
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Meaning of fed up with #4 (permalink) Fri Dec 12, 2008 15:40 pm   Meaning of fed up with
 

"fed up" means impatient but also "disgusted". This is why "fed up" is the correct answer here. Now you got it?
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Meaning of "fed up with" #5 (permalink) Fri Feb 01, 2013 22:21 pm   Meaning of "fed up with"
 

why there is no any article before ''town'' in:''in the centre of town''?
does ''the'' before ,,centre'' concern also ''town'' and doesn't have to be repeated?

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Meaning of "fed up with" #6 (permalink) Sat Feb 02, 2013 10:08 am   Meaning of "fed up with"
 

It's like this:

I'm going to town this morning. Do you need anything from the shops?

When someone is speaking about their own locality and the town closest to them, the article is often not used.
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Meaning of "fed up with" #7 (permalink) Mon Feb 04, 2013 0:07 am   Meaning of "fed up with"
 

fed up when are dispointed extremely tired
yoy try to help your child all the time but he never listen to you
you get fed up and when friends or people around you try to tackle the suject
you say: please,change the subject, i am fed up with my son
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Meaning of "fed up with" #8 (permalink) Sat Jul 20, 2013 22:32 pm   Meaning of "fed up with"
 

the Zero Article is when a noun is used without the, a or an:
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