means either "we're now okay with that" or "we've had enough of that".


Synonyms:
  • Tavebho
  • Zvakwana

Usage​

Taabho (or tavebho) is often used when expressing exhaustion, particularly with something being done repeatedly, and as a means to show protest Zimbos will say the aforementioned for example, when a DJ has been playing the same genre of music.

Example sentences​

Ayehwa ka, taabho mabhururu.

Nah, we're now okay brethren.

Tavebho nebhurandi rekofi iyo, ngatiedze chimwe chitsva nhasi.

We've had enough of that particular brand of coffee, let's try something new today.
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