tire (one) out

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tire (one) out

To exhaust, fatigue, or deplete the energy of one. 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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tired out

Exceptionally exhausted or fatigued. All that running around has the kids pretty tired out, so we might have a relaxed afternoon inside. I'm pretty tired out after all that travel, but it's good to finally be home.
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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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tired out

Also, tired to death. Exhausted, as in She looked tired out after that trip, or He came home tired to death. The first term dates from the second half of the 1500s; the second, a hyperbole, was first recorded in 1740. Also see sick and tired; to death.
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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.
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Given that a big chunk of the Indian diaspora is now an integral part of the West, it will soon tire off of mixed identities and turn its back on Modi's disastrous India.
He does not tire off those opposed to his frequent countrywide tours to "initiate development projects".
If we take the tire off the rim and have access to both the inside and outside of the tire, does this suggest some new ideas about fixing a sidewall puncture?
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He got a blowout, pulled over to change a tire, and a highway patrol officer offered him a crowbar to help pry the tire off. The crowbar rebounded and smacked Krill in the face.
Posted to YouTube on Monday, the footage shows a lion trying to rip the spare tire off the back of a 4x4 vehicle while its passengers, who remain calm, film the incident.
The important thing to remember, however, is to pull that tire off with about 15 percent of the tread remaining.
We then topped each tire off with the darkest, richest soil we could find.
So the unit has until the 51st week of 2014 to get that tire off the shelf and on a vehicle.
The researchers could make certain nerve cells tire off messages by shining blue light, and quiet them by shining yellow light.
After an uneventful approach, I landed using normal procedures with the exception of holding the nose tire off the ground, as stated in the Nose Gear Tire Flat procedures.
I ruined One wheel just getting the tire off and the other wheel turned out to be in very poor condition.
After removing the wheel from the bike, the next step is to take one edge, or bead, of the tire off the rim so you can remove the damaged tube (Photo 1).
Inside, reenactors tire off their muzzleloaders, the smoke trailing that telltale fireworks aroma.