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Sentence #31439

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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
疲れてしまったよ 。
(つか)れてしまった よ 。
pes
دیگه نمی تونم ادامه بدم.
tur
Çok yorgunum.
eng
I'm really tired.
eng
I am very tired.
eng
I'm too tired.
eng
I'm extremely tired.
eng
I'm exhausted.
eng
I'm worn out.
epo
Mi plu ne povas.
heb
נשבר לי.
spa
Estoy muy cansado.
spa
Estoy demasiado cansada.

Comments

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.