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To one's absolute limit of patience or tolerance. I've had it up to here with customers calling in about problems covered in the instruction manual. Can they not read for themselves? So many of the teachers are up to here with the amount of horrible behavior they have to deal with in their classrooms.
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*up to here (with something)

having had as much as one can bear. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) I'm up to here with your excuses! We are all up to here with this mystery.
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having as much as or more than you can cope with or tolerate. informal
2000 The Register It's not clear why Richardson is off—perhaps she's had it up to here with lawsuits.
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mod. having as much as one can bear. I’m up to here with your excuses!
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