wear out

Your Daily English Tips are back!
Hope your holidays were as good as mine and that it is not too bad to be back at work again!
BIG thanks to all the “Mineiros” who sent me their travel-tips and suggestions for my time in the South of Minas …… they were very helpful.
We are preparing a Travelling Classroom to Paraty (after Carnival) and some Listening Workshops in Sao Paulo …. will send details once everything is confirmed.

Definition: To be made very tired.

Other definitions: To use something so much that it is old or damaged.

E.g.1. We were worn out when our guests left yesterday.
E.g.2. It always wears me out if I go to bed after ten o’clock.

This phrasal verb can be separated.

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