Sick And Tired – One Point American Idiom Lesson

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Sick And Tired
What does sick and tired mean? Here is the meaning of sick and tired.
When you are sick and tired of something, it means that you are no longer interested or happy about that thing; so much so that you feel annoyed or irritated by it.

  • I am sick and tired of the train delays in this city.
  • Everyone in the office is sick and tired of working overtime every day.

How about you? What are you sick and tired of?
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