choka


choka
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[Swahili Word] -choka
[English Word] tire
[Part of Speech] verb
[Swahili Example] Amechoka kwa sababu alimbeba mtoto mchanga kwa muda mrefu.
[English Example] She has become tired because she carried the baby for a long time.
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[Swahili Word] -choka
[English Word] wear out
[Part of Speech] verb
[Swahili Example] baada ya kazi ngumu, nachoka kabisa
[English Example] after hard work, I'm completely worn out
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[Swahili Word] -choka
[English Word] lose strength
[Part of Speech] verb
[Swahili Example] ardhi ya shamba ilichoka baada ya miaka mingi ya kulimwa bila kupumzika
[English Example] the soil on the farm lost strength after many years of being farmed without rest
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[Swahili Word] -choka
[English Word] be exhausted
[Part of Speech] verb
[Swahili Example] Sijalala mbali na nimechoka.
[English Example] I have not slept for a long time and I'm exhausted.
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[Swahili Word] -choka
[English Word] be tired of something
[Part of Speech] verb
[Swahili Example] watalii wamechoka safari
[English Example] the tourists are tired of the trip
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[Swahili Word] -choka
[English Word] be disgusted with something
[Part of Speech] verb
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[Swahili Word] -choka
[English Word] be impatient
[Part of Speech] verb
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Swahili-english dictionary. 2013.

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