- adj. 疲倦的；厌烦的；令人厌烦的
- vi. 疲倦；厌烦
- vt. 使疲倦；使厌烦
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- weary: [OE] Weary is descended from a West Germanic *wōriga, whose other offspring have all died out. It was formed from the base *wōr-, which also produced Old English wōrian ‘wander, totter’ and Old Norse örr ‘mad’, but its ultimate ancestry is uncertain.
- weary (adj.)
- Old English werig "tired, exhausted; miserable, sad," related to worian "to wander, totter," from Proto-Germanic *worigaz (cognates: Old Saxon worig "weary," Old High German wuorag "intoxicated"), of unknown origin.
- weary (v.)
- Old English wergian "to be or become tired" (intransitive), gewergian "to exhaust, to make tired" (transitive), from the source of weary (adj.). Related: Wearied; wearying.
- 1. The weary walkers soothed their aching feet in the sea.
- 2. She was weary of being alone.
- 3. They're getting awfully weary of this silly war.
- 4. Rachel looked pale and weary.
- 5. He looked weary and bedraggled.
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