High maintenance and dun for
What is the meaning of high maintenance and dun for?
High Maintenance: Requiring a lot of attention. When describing a person, high-maintenance usually means that the individual is emotionally needy or prone to over-dramatizing a situation to gain attention.
Also - A person who has expensive taste (re. clothing, restaurants, etc.).
This person is never comfortable because he/she is constantly concerned about his/her appearance.
This person feels they are better than most people and usually judge others based on outward appearances.
Also - Requiring much time and many products to keep their appearance at the current level, and/or requiring much attention from others in relationships, romantic or otherwise.
I am not sure if you meant 'dun for' or 'done for'...
To 'dun' someone means to pester them for payment of a debt, or delivery of a good you have already paid for.
To be 'done for' means to be on the verge of failure, suffering, or death.
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