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knackered

adjective knack·ered \ˈna-kərd\

: very tired or exhausted

Full Definition of KNACKERED

British

Examples of KNACKERED

  1. She was too knackered to join them for dinner.
  2. <I'm absolutely knackered, so no pub-crawling for me tonight.>

Origin of KNACKERED

English slang knacker to kill, tire, perhaps from knacker, noun
First Known Use: 1886

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