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waste your breath

If you waste your breath, you spend time and energy trying to give advice which is ignored
白費唇舌
Honestly, you're wasting your breath - he doesn't want to hear what anyone else has got to say.
說實話,你在白費唇舌——他不想聽其他任何人要說甚麼。
Giving advice
Translations of “waste your breath”
in Chinese (Simplified) 白费唇舌…
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