English version

be sick (and tired) of (doing) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe sick (and tired) of (doing) somethingbe sick (and tired) of (doing) something (also be sick to death of (doing) something)FED UP spoken to be angry or bored with something that has been happening for a long time I’m sick and tired of your excuses. I am sick of working for other people. sick
Examples from the Corpus
be sick (and tired) of (doing) somethingI was sick of concealments - those retentions of his.I was sick of following baseball through the abbreviated box scores of the international Herald Tribune.No one, knowing the Patriarch, could doubt that, after a day of his voice, Zacco was sick of him.Gad, I was sick and tired of life.We are sick and tired of the proliferation of guns.I think the archivist who helped me is sick of the sight of me by now.People were sick of the war.When we first started we were sick of the way many groups would adopt a cool persona for interviews.
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