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English definition of “not get anywhere”

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not get anywhere

to not make progress toward a goal: His parents tried to talk him out of joining the army, but they didn’t get anywhere.
Translations of “not get anywhere”
in Russian ничего не добиться…
in Turkish hiç bir yere varamamak, bir sonuç elde edememek…
in Polish nic nie wskórać…
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