Meaning of sick to the teeth of in English:

sick to the teeth of

(also sick to the back teeth of)

phrase

British
  • Extremely annoyed about or tired of.

    ‘I'm just sick to the back teeth of waiting’
    • ‘We are all sick to the back teeth of vandalism in the town.’
    • ‘She is sick to the teeth, she says, with snails eating everything.’
    • ‘I wish they'd leave me alone because, to be quite honest, I'm sick to the back teeth of them.’
    • ‘I love football and the games themselves were good, unfortunately I was sick to the back teeth of all the hype in the media.’
    • ‘The actions of these youths are very intimidating and we're all sick to the teeth of it.’
    • ‘People are sick to the teeth of what's going on, and spoke out.’
    • ‘"I was sick to the teeth of office politics and knew that if I didn't make the break I never would," said Kay.’
    • ‘We're sick to the back teeth of your pious pontificating.’
    dissatisfied, disgruntled, fed up, disaffected, discontent, malcontent, unhappy, aggrieved, displeased, resentful, envious