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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…
(Definition of waste your breath from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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