Definition of sick and tired of in English:

sick and tired of

phrase

informal
  • Annoyed about or bored with (someone or something) and unwilling to put up with them any longer.

    ‘I am sick and tired of all the criticism’
    • ‘I am sick and tired of my four-year-old son coming into the house with soiled shoes and having to clean the mess off the carpets.’
    • ‘They are sick and tired of government officials who change their position every time there is trouble.’
    • ‘I am sick and tired of being told what might and what might not happen.’
    • ‘I am sick and tired of people telling me how noble this cause is.’
    • ‘I'm sick and tired of people constantly chipping away at our most sacred institution.’
    • ‘My guess is that he's sick and tired of people trying to blame him for their own cruelty and stupidity.’
    • ‘People are flat out sick and tired of losing their jobs to cheaper foreign labor.’
    • ‘I for one am sick and tired of sensationalist reporting by all branches of the media to sell papers or boost ratings on TV.’
    • ‘I got sick and tired of people arguing about which kind of bird was called what.’
    • ‘We are sick and tired of the cry nothing can be done about it.’