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Sentence #31439

eng
I'm done up.

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ber
Dayen, fecleɣ.
cmn
我太累了。
我太累了。
wǒ tài lèi le 。
cmn
我累极了。
我累極了。
wǒ lèi jí le 。
hun
Ki vagyok merülve.
jpn
もう一歩も歩けない。
もう[] 一[いち] 歩[ほ] も[] 歩け[あるけ] ない[] 。[]
jpn
疲れてしまったよ 。
疲れ[つかれ] て[] しまっ[] た[] よ[] 。[]
pes
دیگه نمی تونم ادامه بدم.
tur
Çok yorgunum.
deu
Ich kann keinen einzigen Schritt mehr gehen.
eng
I can't walk any farther.
eng
I can't walk another step.
eng
I'm all in.
eng
I can't take another step.
eng
I'm exhausted.
eng
I'm worn out.
eng
I'm really tired.
eng
I am very tired.
eng
I'm too tired.
eng
I'm extremely tired.
nob
Jeg klarer ikke å gå lengre.
spa
Estoy muy cansado.
spa
Estoy demasiado cansada.

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zhouj1955
Jan 9th 2010, 02:06
I can't walk any farther, I'm done up. もう一歩も歩けない、疲れてしまったよ
human600
Jan 20th 2010, 02:54
I wonder whether "I'm done up" is a British expression.
In American English, if someone is "done up",
it means that they are clean, coifed, and stylishly dressed.
It connotes a large amount of effort that was expended
to appear that way.
CK
CK
Oct 13th 2013, 19:56
http://www.urbandictionary.com/...p;defid=257867

I doubt if the first one matches at all.
もう一歩も歩けない。 (I can't walk any further.)

Does it have this meaning? (It doesn't to me.)
疲れてしまったよ 。 (I'm very tired.)

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