- tired [ `taırd ] adjective ***1. ) needing to rest or sleep:She was too tired to do any more.My mother looked tired and ill.feel tired: He felt too tired to drive home.get tired: Kids can suddenly get very tired after playing for a time.a ) if a part of your body is tired, it needs to rest:You should give tired leg muscles a chance to recover.My eyes feel tired.2. ) something that is tired is boring because you have heard or seen it so often:that tired old excusetired of (doing) somethingnot wanting something or not wanting to do something anymore because you are bored with it or annoyed by it:We were tired of waiting for him to call.get/grow tired of doing something: She's getting tired of going into that office every day.sick and tired of (doing) something (=very tired): I'm sick and tired of hearing about politics.
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tired — W2S1 [taıəd US taırd] adj 1.) feeling that you want to sleep or rest so tired (that) ▪ I m so tired I could sleep for a week. too tired to do sth ▪ He was too tired to argue. ▪ He looks tired out (=very tired) . ▪ No, Frank said in a tired voice … Dictionary of contemporary English
tired´ly — tired «tyrd», adjective. 1. weary; wearied; fatigued; exhausted: »The team was tired, but each boy continued to play as hard as he could. Figurative. His suit always looked a bit tired after he had worn it all week. 2. sick (of); … Useful english dictionary
-tired — «tyrd», adjective. 1. weary; wearied; fatigued; exhausted: »The team was tired, but each boy continued to play as hard as he could. Figurative. His suit always looked a bit tired after he had worn it all week. 2. sick (of); … Useful english dictionary
Tired — may refer to: *Fatigue (medical), a feeling of exhaustion * Tired , a song by Rollins Band on Weight (album) from 1994 * Tired , a song by Willa Ford on Willa Was Here from 2001 * Tired , a song by LCD Soundsystem on LCD Soundsystem (album) from… … Wikipedia
tired — [tīrd] adj. [ME (Northern) tyrit < tiren: see TIRE1] 1. fatigued, worn out, or weary 2. stale; hackneyed ☆ make someone tired Slang to annoy or vex someone [this foolishness makes me tired] tiredly adv. tiredness n … English World dictionary
tired — ► ADJECTIVE 1) in need of sleep or rest; weary. 2) (tired of) bored with. 3) (of a statement or idea) boring or uninteresting because overfamiliar.. ● tired and emotional Cf. ↑tired and emotional … English terms dictionary
Tired — Tired, a. Weary; fatigued; exhausted. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
tired — [adj] exhausted, weary all in*, annoyed, asleep, beat*, bored, broken down, burned out*, collapsing, consumed, dead on one’s feet*, distressed, dog tired*, done for*, done in*, drained, drooping, droopy, drowsy, empty, enervated, exasperated,… … New thesaurus
tired — index languid, lifeless (dull) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
tired — tī(ə)rd adj drained of strength and energy: fatigued often to the point of exhaustion … Medical dictionary