Meaning of fed up to the back teeth in English:

fed up to the back teeth

(also fed up to the teeth)

phrase

British
  • Extremely annoyed or unhappy.

    ‘I'm fed up to the back teeth with the mess he's landed us in’
    • ‘I'm fed up to the teeth with seeing male fantasies and desires.’
    • ‘For one thing they are missing out on one of life's great pleasures and secondly, they must be fed up to the teeth.’
    • ‘The argument has centred on men being fed up to the teeth with being blamed for all that is wrong in the world.’
    • ‘I don't know about you, but I'm fed up to the teeth reading who took what and how much - and it's costing the country an absolute fortune to find out.’
    dissatisfied, disgruntled, fed up, disaffected, discontent, malcontent, unhappy, aggrieved, displeased, resentful, envious