überhaben

Meanings

1.
to be fed up with
(The thing you've had enough of is the direct object. Doesn't sound very annoyed and rather really "full". Think of eating really nice pasta and then having it for five days in a row.)

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Word of the Day - Prefix Special - "haben"

Most of you know that "haben" means "to have". But "haben" also has a lot of really common prefix versions. Today, we'll go over them with lots of examples.

Vocab:

haben, anhaben, aufhaben, abhaben, mithaben, vorhaben


Word Family

Root: *kap

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