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be chasing your tail

to be busy doing a lot of things but achieving very little 瞎忙乎,白忙乎 Busy and activeHurrying and doing things quicklyUseless and futile
Translations of “be chasing your tail”
in Chinese (Traditional) 瞎忙活,白忙,徒勞無功…
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