I've had it (up to here) (with someone or something)

I've had it (up to here) (with someone or something)

I'm frustrated to the point of exasperation (with someone or something). I called a babysitter because I've had it with toddler temper tantrums today. I've had it up to here with the lack of raises at this job. Why do I even bother putting forth effort every day?
See also: someone, to
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I've had it up to here (with someone or something).

I will not endure any more of someone or something. Bill: I've had it up to here with your stupidity. Bob: Who's calling who stupid? John: I've had it up to here with Tom. Mary: Are you going to fire him? John: Yes.
See also: here, to, up
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