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bang on

UK informal disapproving
verb uk phrasal verb with bang   /bæŋ/ us  
to talk about something for a long time, especially in a way that is boring to other people: My parents are always banging on about how much better life was 20 years ago.
Translations of “bang on”
in Chinese (Traditional) 喋喋不休,說個沒完沒了…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喋喋不休,唆个没完…
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