Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Knackered"

The meaning of "Knackered" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does knackered mean?
A: It means extremely tired.
Example:
He was knackered after playing football.
I’m knackered after partying all night!
Q: What does I'm knackered mean?
A: It means "I am tired"
Q: What does I'm knackered mean?
A: I'm tired. I'm exhausted. This word is used more in the UK than the US.
Q: What does knackered mean?
A: Very tired
Q: What does I’m so knackered mean?
A: Tired or exhausted.

Example sentences using "Knackered"

Q: Please show me example sentences with knackered.
A: “ Today was a really busy day at work. I’m knackered! “. Knackered means Tired

Synonyms of "Knackered" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between knackered and exhausted ?
A: Knackered is a very British word lol. Though I'm not certain because I personally don't get to hear it often, I believe it can also mean something like beatened or 'fucked up'. When someone is battled damaged or something like that I hear people say "He's absolutely knackered!", so there's that.
Q: What is the difference between knackered and tired ?
A: Knackered is very tired. It is informal British English. It is not used in American English.
Q: What is the difference between I'm knackered and I'm pooped ?
A: @Ri-na >>Is "knackered" British English? and is "pooped" American English?<<

Exactly!

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Translations of "Knackered"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? knackered
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? knackered
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I'm knackered
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? knackered
A: na-ked

The stress falls on the "na".

Other questions about "Knackered"

Q: I'm worse of tired, I'm knackered does this sound natural?
A: I'm worse than tired, I'm exhausted


“Knackered” is a British word, it’s not used in US English
Q: I'm knackered. I work 24-7. does this sound natural?
A: I'm knackered. I work 24/7.
Q: which one is right,I'm knackered or I'm feeling knackered?
A: both are correct however I am knackered is an inferred emotional or physical state thus the word feeling is not needed. however it can be used to overemphasize how knackered you are.
Q: I'm knackered, is this pronounced correctly? does this sound natural?
A: When a guy teaches a girl that word.

Your pronunciation has two interpretations

I'm knackered OR I'm naaked (naked)


"knackered" is slang, it is very informal and used in only a few areas of the community. You could say, "I'm tired", "I'm exhausted", "I'm shattered", etc.

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