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What does run ragged mean?


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run ragged

If you are run ragged, you are completely tired of excessive effort or work.

This idiom is also used with a pronoun:

- To run someone ragged
- To run oneself ragged

Example(s):

I've been run ragged trying to finish the report before the deadline.

With this job, I am always run ragged at the end of the day, but I feel pleased with my self because I feel I've done something worthwhile.

The kids have run me ragged. I can't stand it anymore.

They’ve been running him ragged asking him to do more for the company.

run ragged

This idiom is in the sport category


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