tire (one) out

tire (one) out

To exhaust, fatigue, or deplete the energy of someone or an animal. That long meeting really tired me out. Our new puppy has so much energy that I have to take him for a run each day to tire him out.
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tire someone out

to exhaust someone. The extra work tired him out a lot. Too much work will tire out the horses.
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tire out

to become exhausted. I tire out easily. When I had the flu, I found that I tired out easily.
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tire out

v.
To deplete the strength or energy of someone or something; fatigue someone or something: Traveling always tires me out. The long ride tired out the horses.
See also: out, tire