get (one's) fill

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get (one's) fill

To have, consume, or experience as much (of something) as one desires or is able to. Make sure you get your fill of cake—we made plenty for everyone! I've gotten my fill of people giving me advice about my love life. A: "Would you like any more of this curry?" B: "No, thank you, I've gotten my fill."
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get one's fill

Also, have one's fill. Be satisfied; have enough (or more than enough) of something. For example, I love opera-I can never get my fill of it, or He's had his fill of dirty jobs. This expression alludes to having enough (or too much) to eat. [Mid-1500s] Also see fed to the gills.
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