Definition of sick and tired of in English:

sick and tired of

informal Annoyed about or bored with (something) and unwilling to put up with it any longer: I am sick and tired of all the criticism
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  • I'm sick and tired of people constantly chipping away at our most sacred institution.
  • I got sick and tired of people arguing about which kind of bird was called what.
  • I am sick and tired of being told what might and what might not happen.
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Pronunciation: ˌintərˈnesēn
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destructive to both sides in a conflict