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go/run round in circles

to keep doing or talking about the same thing without achieving anything 原地兜圈;毫無進展;白忙,瞎忙活 The discussion kept going round in circles. 討論一直在原地兜圈子。 I've been running round in circles trying to get all the reports finished before the meeting. 我一直在瞎忙,想在會前寫完所有的報告,可是卻毫無頭緒。 Repeating an actionSaying againSaying and uttering
Translations of “go/run round in circles”
in Chinese (Simplified) 原地兜圈, 毫无进展, 白忙,瞎忙乎…
(Definition of go/run round in circles from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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