English to Samoan Meaning :: tired

Tired :
vāivai
- vāivai

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(1) In his inaugural speech Malcolm Campbell urged textile producers to stop doing things in the tired old ways and adopt a fresh approach.(2) Instead they have gone for the same old people and the same old tired ideas.(3) The second hardest thing is to learn is to avoid tired old clapped out baseball metaphors.(4) A large man in a white apron stood polishing a glass, a bored, tired look on his face.(5) With six hats, six shoes and six medals, there are only so many ways of dressing up tired ideas.(6) Packing a few surprises for bored and tired children can help.(7) On the plus side, it will seriously up your intake of fruit and vegetables, which are very refreshing for your tired old liver.(8) He pulled himself up the stairs, tired out of his mind.(9) she got tired of him(10) I was tired out because I'd been riding a bike half my size.(11) But the fact of the matter is given what they've been through with this very fast, deep maneuver, some of them are pretty tired out.(12) She looks tired and impatient, lips drawn in a thin line of displeasure.(13) Say what you like about tired old unreconstructed eighties lefties, but one thing remains true about their creaking, archaic value system.(14) After relaxation over the weekend, people ought to feel refreshed in body and spirit, but some feel even more tired out than on Friday.(15) Is this - heavily anonymous - tip-off just another way of keeping the tired old show on the road long enough to flog the book to a few more sweaty Telegraph readers?(16) they get very tired
Related Words
(1) tire ::
paʻu
Synonyms
Adjective
1. exhausted ::
māfatia
2. fed up with ::
fafagaina ae ma
3. hackneyed ::
hackneyed
4. commonplace ::
masani
Verb
5. weaken ::
faʻavāivai
6. fatigue ::
auō
7. weary of ::
vaivai o
8. jade ::
iasepi
9. exhaust ::
fāʻasu
10. wear down ::
vaivai
11. bore ::
vili
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The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Listen, Ángel, I\'m really tired.\\NCan we speak tomorrow?\0

Listen, Ángel, I'm really TIRED.
Can we speak tomorrow?

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 6


until they\'d had time
to grow tired of each other?

until they'd had time to grow TIRED of each other?

Vikings Season 1, Episode 6


I\'m tired of trying
to meet someone,

I'm TIRED of trying to meet someone,

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 20


<i>I\'m tired of indulging your foolish lifestyle.
It\'s time you learned responsibility.</i>

I'm TIRED of indulging your foolish lifestyle. It's time you learned responsibility.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 22


Guess he got tired of associating.
Yeah.

Guess he got TIRED of associating. Yeah.

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 1


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