be nackered


be nackered
Australian Slang
be absolutely exhausted or very tired

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • nackered — Australian Slang absolutely exhausted, very tired …   English dialects glossary

  • nackered — Adj. See knackered …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • Be nackered — be absolutely exhausted or very tired …   Dictionary of Australian slang

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  • borked — Broken, defunct, not working, screwed, dysfunctional, buggered, shafted, nackered, duff. Also written b0rked. Unf, my Windows machine is totally borked. It bluescreens immediately on boot …   Dictionary of american slang

  • borked — Broken, defunct, not working, screwed, dysfunctional, buggered, shafted, nackered, duff. Also written b0rked. Unf, my Windows machine is totally borked. It bluescreens immediately on boot …   Dictionary of american slang

  • knackered — Adj. 1. Tired, worn out, exhausted. E.g. I missed my bus, I ve just walked home, I m knackered, so I m going to bed. OK? 2. Broken. E.g. Can we come around to watch TV at yours tonight, our is knackered. 3. Thwarted, prevented from succeeding at… …   English slang and colloquialisms