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burn out

To tire due to overwork.
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After six months of twelve-hour workdays, most people just burn out and quit.

Submitted on May 12, 2011

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burn outTo extinguish due to lack of fuel.
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سوختن

Burnout

dóite amach

燃え尽き症候群

ars

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