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Translation of "bang on" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

bang on

informal disapproving phrasal verb with bang /bæŋ/ verb
to talk about something for a long time, especially in a way that is boring to other people 喋喋不休,說個沒完沒了 My parents are always banging on about how much better life was 20 years ago. 我父母總是沒完沒了地嘮叨20年前的生活是多麼多麼的好。 Ways of talking
Translations of “bang on”
in Chinese (Simplified) 喋喋不休,唆个没完…
(Definition of bang on from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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