English Idiom of the Day – to be ‘Sick and Tired’

Sick and Tired

To be angry and bored because something unpleasant has been happening for too long and it can no longer be tolerated.

Example: You’ve been giving me the same old excuses for months and I’m sick and tired of hearing them!

Similar idiom:  A similar expression with the same meaning is to say ‘sick to death’. For example: “I’ve been treated like dirt for two years now and I’m sick to death of it!”

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