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sick to death meaning?

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What's the meaning of "sick to death" idiom? Please give me some examples!

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Idiom Conjugations:

 
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Gerund Form of the Idiom:

Being sick to death with worry is not good for your mental health.
 
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Idiom Usage:

Often in the form:
"to be sick to death (with worry)"
Usually in the form:
"to be sick to death (of )"
 
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Idiom Scenario 2:


The government has announced that they will raise taxes again.  The government raised taxes last year and the year before that and two times the year before that.  There are no new government services to justify the increase in taxes.
Are you sick to death of the government raising taxes?
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Idiom Scenario 1:


Gail is missing.  She has not been seen since after school and now it is almost nine o'clock at night.  Gail's mother has telephoned to school and all of Gail's friends.  No one has seen or heard from Gail.  Gail's mother is so very worried that something has happened to her daughter.  Gail's mother is thinking of calling the local hospitals to see if Gail has been hurt.
Is Gail's mother sick to death with worry about Gail?
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Idiom Definition:


"to be sick to death"
to be completely bored and perhaps upset with something that has been occurring for too long a time
 
Synonyms:
annoyed, blasé, blue, bored, depressed, discontented, dismal, dissatisfied, down, gloomy, glum, jaded, tired, weary
 
 
Literally, sick to death. - - - - ->  an east indian man is lying dead in a partly shrouded bed.  Another man (priest?) is praying over the dead man.




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