Translation of hartar in English:

hartar

transitive verb

  • 1

    (cansar, fastidiar)
    me estás empezando a hartar con tus quejas I'm beginning to get sick / tired of your complaints
  • 2informal

    (llenar)
    hartar a algn a algo
    hartar a algn de algo
    nos hartaban a sopa de verduras they used to give us vegetable soup until it came out of our ears informal
    • entre los tres lo hartaron a palos the three of them gave him a real beating

pronominal verb

  • 1

    (cansarse, aburrirse)
    to get fed up
    hartarse de algo to get tired / sick of sth
    to get fed up with sth
    hartarse de algn to tire of sb
    to get tired of sb
    to get fed up with sb
    hartarse de + inf to get tired / sick of -ing
    to get fed up with -ing
    hartarse de que + subj
    un día se hartó y se fue one day he got fed up and left
    • ya me estoy hartando de tus tonterías I'm getting tired of / sick of / fed up with your nonsense
    • pronto se hartará de él she'll soon tire of him / get tired of him / get fed up with him
    • me harté de repetírselo I got tired / sick of telling him over and over again
  • 2

    (llenarse)
    hartarse de algo to gorge oneself on sth
    informal to stuff oneself with sth
    hartarse a algo to gorge oneself on sth
    informal to stuff oneself with sth
    comieron hasta hartarse they gorged themselves
    • vamos a hartarnos de mariscos y champán we're going to gorge ourselves on / stuff ourselves with shellfish and champagne