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Can I understand "be tired of something" as "hate something"?


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No, to be "tired" of something is not as strong as hating something. To be "tired" of something means that you are bored with it or sick of it because you have something or do something very often. Ex: I'm so tired of cooking. Let's order some food. Ex: He's tired of this game because he plays it every day.

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