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tired

 (tīrd)
adj.
1.
a. Exhausted of strength or energy; fatigued.
b. Impatient; bored: tired of the same old sandwiches.
2. Overused; hackneyed: a tired joke.

tired′ly adv.
tired′ness n.

tired

(ˈtaɪəd)
adj
1. weary; fatigued
2. (foll by of)
a. having lost interest in; bored: I'm tired of playing cards.
b. having lost patience with; exasperated by: I'm tired of his eternal excuses.
3. hackneyed; stale: the same tired old jokes.
4. tired and emotional euphemistic slightly drunk
ˈtiredly adv
ˈtiredness n

tired

(taɪərd)

adj.
1. exhausted; fatigued; wearied.
2. weary or bored: tired of the same routine.
3. hackneyed; stale, as a joke.
4. impatient or disgusted: You make me tired.
[1350–1400]

tired

  • languescent - If you are becoming tired, you are languescent.
  • irk - Originally meant "grow tired"; a possible source is Old Norse yrkja, "work."
  • lassate - Means tired or weary.
  • late - Comes from Indo-European lad-, "slow, weary," which begat Latin lassus, "tired," before English late, meaning "slow."
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tired - depleted of strength or energy; "tired mothers with crying babies"; "too tired to eat"
rested - not tired; refreshed as by sleeping or relaxing; "came back rested from her vacation"
2.tired - repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse; "bromidic sermons"; "his remarks were trite and commonplace"; "hackneyed phrases"; "a stock answer"; "repeating threadbare jokes"; "parroting some timeworn axiom"; "the trite metaphor `hard as nails'"
unoriginal - not original; not being or productive of something fresh and unusual; "the manuscript contained unoriginal emendations"; "his life had been unoriginal, conforming completely to the given pattern"- Gwethalyn Graham

tired

adjective
1. exhausted, fatigued, weary, spent, done in (informal), flagging, all in (slang), drained, sleepy, fagged (informal), whacked (Brit. informal), worn out, drooping, knackered (slang), drowsy, clapped out (Brit., Austral., & N.Z. informal), enervated, ready to drop, dog-tired (informal), zonked (slang), dead beat (informal), tuckered out (Austral. & N.Z. informal), asleep or dead on your feet (informal) He is tired and he has to rest after his long trip.
exhausted fresh, lively, refreshed, energetic, wide-awake, alive and kicking, full of beans (informal), rested
2. bored, fed up, weary, sick, annoyed, irritated, pissed (Brit., Austral., & N.Z. slang), exasperated, pissed off (taboo slang), irked I was tired of being a bookkeeper.
bored keen on, enthusiastic about, fond of
3. hackneyed, stale, well-worn, old, stock, familiar, conventional, corny (slang), threadbare, trite, clichéd, outworn I didn't want to hear one of his tired excuses.
hackneyed original, innovative, imaginative

tired

adjective
Translations
ضَجِر من، غَيْر مُهْتَممُتْعَبمُتْعَب، مُرْهَق
unavený
træt
laca
väsynyt
umoran
beleunt: vmibe beleuntfáradt
lelah
leiîur áòreytturþreyttur
疲れた
피곤한
izčrpannaveličanutrujen
trött
เหน็ดเหนื่อย
yorgun-den bıkmış
mệt

tired

[ˈtaɪəd] ADJ
1. [person, eyes] → cansado; [voice] → cansino
to be/feel tiredestar/sentirse cansado
my legs/eyes are tiredtengo las piernas cansadas/los ojos cansados
to get tiredcansarse
to look tiredtener cara de cansancio
to be tired of sb/sthestar cansado or aburrido de algn/algo
to get or grow tired of (doing) sthcansarse or aburrirse de (hacer) algo
to be tired outestar agotado or rendido
see also sick A3
2. (fig) (= worn-out) [coat] → raído, gastado; [car, chair] → cascado; [cliché, ritual, excuse] → manido, trillado
a tired lettuce leafuna hoja de lechuga mustia
it's a tired old clichées un tópico muy manido or trillado

tired

[ˈtaɪərd] adjfatigué(e)
I'm tired → Je suis fatigué.
to feel tired → se sentir fatigué(e)
to look tired → avoir l'air fatigué
to be tired of sth → être fatigué(e) de qch
I am tired of all the speculation → Je suis fatigué de toutes ces spéculations.
to be tired of doing sth → être fatigué(e) de faire qch

tired

adj
(= fatigued)müde; clichéabgegriffen; tired outvöllig erschöpft; tired and emotional (hum inf: = drunk) → nicht mehr ganz nüchtern
to be tired of somebody/somethingjds/einer Sache (gen)müde or überdrüssig sein (geh), → jdn/etw leid sein, jdn/etw satthaben; to get tired of somebody/somethingjdn/etw sattbekommen; I’m tired of telling youich habe es satt, dir das zu sagen; I’m tired of people making money out of meich habe es satt, dass Leute mich finanziell ausnutzen; to be tired to death (of something) (inf)die Nase (von etw) gestrichen voll haben (inf); you make me tired!du regst mich auf!
(= old)müde; a tired, worn-out organizationeine müde, verbrauchte Organisation; a tired lettuce leafein schlaffes Salatblatt
(pej: = boring, stale) → langweilig; another one of his tired excuseswieder eine seiner langweiligen Ausreden; their advertising is getting rather tiredihrer Werbung fehlt allmählich der Schwung or Pep (inf)

tired

[ˈtaɪəd] adj
a.stanco/a
to be/feel/look tired → essere/sentirsi/sembrare stanco/a
to be tired of sb/sth → essere stanco/a or stufo/a di qn/qc
to get or grow tired of doing sth → stancarsi di fare qc
b. (fig) (cliché) → trito/a e ritrito/a (fig) (shabby) → consunto/a

tire2

(ˈtaiə) verb
to make, or become, physically or mentally in want of rest, because of lack of strength, patience, interest etc; to weary. Walking tired her; She tires easily.
tired adjective
1. wearied; exhausted. She was too tired to continue; a tired child.
2. (with of) no longer interested in; bored with. I'm tired of (answering) stupid questions!
ˈtiredness noun
ˈtireless adjective
never becoming weary or exhausted; never resting. a tireless worker; tireless energy/enthusiasm.
ˈtirelessly adverb
ˈtirelessness noun
ˈtiresome adjective
troublesome; annoying.
ˈtiresomely adverb
ˈtiresomeness noun
ˈtiring adjective
causing (physical) tiredness. I've had a tiring day; The journey was very tiring.
tire out
to tire or exhaust completely. The hard work tired her out.

tired

مُتْعَب unavený træt müde κουρασμένος cansado väsynyt fatigué umoran stanco 疲れた 피곤한 moe trøtt zmęczony cansado усталый trött เหน็ดเหนื่อย yorgun mệt 累了的

tired

a. cansado-a, fatigado-a.

tired

adj (también — out) cansado; to get — (out) cansarse
References in classic literature ?
Meg stopped lecturing, and lighted the lamp, Amy got out of the easy chair without being asked, and Jo forgot how tired she was as she sat up to hold the slippers nearer to the blaze.
I'll teach you to put your hands on my boy, you beast," roared the sa- loon keeper, who, tired of beating the master, had begun to kick him about the yard.
I used to wonder, when they came in tired from the fields, their feet numb and their hands cracked and sore, how they could do all the chores so conscientiously: feed and water and bed the horses, milk the cows, and look after the pigs.
We had all come home on the Saturday night very tired, and very glad to think that the next day would be all rest, but so it was not to be.
Well, when the dark shut down, in the rugged hills, that poor little chap had been tearing around in the saddle all day, and I noticed by the slack knee-pressure that she was tired and tottery, and I got dreadfully afraid; but every time I tried to slow down and let her go to sleep, so I could stop, she hurried me up again; and so, sure enough, at last over she went!
He told how he went back for Becky and broke the good news and she told him not to fret her with such stuff, for she was tired, and knew she was going to die, and wanted to.
But you would not wish me to come away before I am tired, papa?
She saw so many rooms that she became quite tired and began to think that there must be a hundred, though she had not counted them.
Happy indeed is he, who has his top and cares still to spin it; for to be tired of our tops is to be tired of life, saith the preacher.
Then he made all his servants go too--his cooks and his gardeners and his barber and Prince Bumpo's tutor--even the Queen, who was tired from dancing in a pair of tight shoes, was packed off to help the soldiers in their search.
He was so tired that he flopped down upon the nice soft sand on the floor of the rabbit-hole, and shut his eyes.