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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “go/get/head nowhere”

go/get/head nowhere

to not have any success or achieve anything
沒有成功;一無所成
I'm trying to persuade her to come, but I'm getting nowhere.
我試著勸說她過來,但沒有成功。
Bad manners will get you nowhere (= will not help you to succeed).
不講禮貌會令你到處碰釘的。
Unsuccessful (people and things)
(Definition of go/get/head nowhere from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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