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Meaning of be sick and tired of


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be sick and tired of

The phrase to be sick and tired of something or of doing something is an idiomatic expression which means to be angry and bored because something unpleasant has been happening for a long time.

Another variation of this idiom is:

be sick to death of

Example(s):

I'm sick and tired of hearing your excuses!

I'm sick to death of your misbehavior!

This idiom is in the health category


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