have had your fill of something

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have (one's) fill (of something)

To have, consume, or experience as much (of something) as one desires or is able to. Often used in the present perfect tense ("have had one's fill"). Make sure you have your fill of cake—we made plenty for everyone! I've had my fill of people giving me advice about my love life. Janet: "Would you like any more of this curry?" Mark: "No, thank you, I've had my fill."
See also: fill, have
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have had your fill of something

COMMON If you have had your fill of something, you have had as much of it as you can bear, and do not want any more. I've had my fill of office politics over the years. They have had their fill of war, poverty, and repression.
See also: fill, have, of, something
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

have had your ˈfill of somebody/something

have had enough of somebody/something: I’ve had my fill of Star Wars movies. I never want to see another one as long as I live.
See also: fill, have, of, somebody, something
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