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It’s one of the many ways to say in French, “I’m fed up / I’m sick of“. It literally means: “My bowl is full“.
When something or someone makes you angry, you can use: “J’en ai ras le bol !“. For example: “J’en ai ras le bol de la pluie” (I’m sick of the rain)
Plot twist: if you want to sound like a true French, use instead: “Ah putain ! J’en ai ras le bol de cette merde !” (Oh fuck! I’m fed up with this shit!)