Kind of over the people

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Karkas

Senior Member
Spanish-Venezuela
Hello everyone,


There's two people (a man and a woman) talking over a videocall because they're in different cities. They're talking about how everything is going in the places they are and the woman says "It's all right. It's kind of boring. It's a lot of drama here. Kind of over the people, but..." She doesn't speak very clearly, but this is what a native speaker transcribed. I don't really understand the meaning of "Kind of over the people"

I'd appreciate your help.
 
  • It is an abbreviated form of "I am kind of over the people here." She is saying that she is no longer interested in the people and their problems, and she is expressing mild disapproval of them.
     

    Karkas

    Senior Member
    Spanish-Venezuela
    Oh, great. Thank you very much. Would it also be a synonym of saying "I'm tired of everyone/everyone's drama here"?
     
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