Knackered



[nak-erd] /ˈnæk ərd/

adjective, British Slang.
1.
exhausted; very tired:
He is really knackered after work.
/ˈnækəd/
adjective (Brit, slang)
1.
exhausted; tired out
2.
worn out; no longer working, esp after long or hard use
adj.

“worn out, tired,” past participle adjective from knacker (v.).

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