tire out

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Expression
tire out

  1. (transitive) If someone or something tires someone out, it makes them tired or exhausted.
    The long walk really tired out the dog.
    The long walk really tired the dog out.
    The parents took their son to play in the park to tire him out by bedtime.
  2. (intransitive) If someone tires out, they become tired or exhausted.
    I can't stay in the basketball game, I'm tiring out.

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