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Translation of "save your breath" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

save your breath

informal
used to say that it is not worth talking to someone because they will not listen to you 不值得浪費唇舌、花費力氣;不必對牛彈琴 I don't know why I bother speaking to him - I might as well save my breath. 我不知道爲甚麽要浪費唇舌和他說話——最好還是不要對牛彈琴。 Falling silent and not speaking
Translations of “save your breath”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不值得浪费口舌, 不必对牛弹琴…
(Definition of save your breath from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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